In addition to being an accomplished visual artist, Jack Reilly is a musician, singer/songwriter whose musical influences began at a young age. His father was the band leader and alto sax player in the New York swing band, "The Varsity Club," and his mother played keyboards. As a child he would often accompany them on his drums during their musical sessions at home. Jack embarked on his own teen-age musical endeavors in high school rock bands. Ultimately, he went on to college to study fine art and shortly thereafter moved to Los Angeles. During the mid 1980s he composed music for his "Paintings with Sound" exhibition, and was featured in Los Angeles Magazine, with music aired on KCRW/NPR radio Los Angeles. in the 1990s Jack composed music scores for his award winning videos. He returned to the rock music scene in 2011 when he formed the Art Rockers, a group of artists/musicians that quickly evolved into a prolific southern California rock band and played shows at legendary music venues, including the Whisky a Go Go, the House of Blues on the Hollywood Sunset Strip, the legendary Canyon Club, and the Las Vegas Fremont Club, among others. In 2020 Jack introduced his latest solo project, "Jack and the Truthoholics." His recent recordings are currently available on Spotify, Apple Music, and most major music streaming platforms.