The Graveyard Train barely got rolling along the tracks in the early 90's with a caboose full of bluesy hard rockers in the same vein as the London Quireboys and Black Crowes.
Frank Scimeca (bass) and Robert Iezzi (drums) formed the band from the ashes of Angora, which had also included John Corabi and had a song featured on KNAC's The Son Of Pure Rock compilation album. They recruited relatively unknown Los Angeles residents Todd Griffin (vocals) and Bruce Draper (guitar).
They quickly got signed to Geffen, and with the production of Tom Werman, their self-titled debut was released.
Todd Griffin sings on the first recording of That's 70's Show soundtrack.
Todd Griffin is currently pursuing a solo career and has also gained fame as the singer to the first version of the theme song to the popular American television series That 70s Show. His version of the song was replaced in the second season by Cheap Trick's version