T. Roth and Another Pretty Face  T. ROTH & ANOTHER PRETTY FACE was born in 1972, when a a group of students from Lafayette College in PA. fragmented from a "wedding band" to see where life would take them. Rob Nevitte (guitar), from Virginia and Russ Cunningham (bass), from N.J. were looking for something more than a "Chicago" cover band. They added PA. residents Carl Brazzo (drums) and T. Roth (vocals) to the lineup. With the
addition of Larry D'Amelio they had the start of A.P.F. They all lived together on a farm in Bangor Pa. and rehearsed relentlessly. After a few months they started playing at Allentown's infamous Cameo Lounge. That gig led them to a manager who had them playing 6 nights a week from Ft. Lauderdale to Ontario. After their first night at CLUB 82 in N.Y.C. everything changed. The band started playing weekly at the club. 82 was a "private after hours club" frequented by David and Angela Bowie, Roxy Music, Zep, Jobriath, Sparks and Lennon.

A.P.F. played with the likes of Wayne County, pre-Blondie band Elda and the Stilettoes, etc. The band played there for a year on a weekly basis. Much interest was garnered by Jerry Brandt (Jobriath) and MainMan (Bowie) management companies. Reviews of the 82 shows appeared in Village Voice, Teen Scene, Rock Scene, Cavalier, Circus, and, in England, in Melody Maker and New Musical Express. The band was signed by CAM Productions whose "leader" was Jimmy Einner (Raspberries, Three Dog Night among others) and put in a studio owned by Tony Camillo (Gladys Night, Freda Payne etc.) in Summerville, N.J. After a few sessions, Tony realized that he had no experience in the "new" kind of music that A.P.F. was making. He handed over production to his engineer, Edward Stasium. Eddie came out to see the band and worked with them in the studio to create something "new". The album "21st Century Rock" was the result of 8 months of "experimenting", but this album was never released until 2004.