Tom Moncrieff and Annie McLoone started McLooney Tunes Productions in 1984. Together they have been producing and recording music, including music for national television commercials, in Los Angeles and Minnesota. They are currently working in their own studio in Winona, MN.
ANNIE McLOONE is a life-long musician, singer, songwriter and music producer. She's recorded a solo album on RCA records. She also recorded and toured with Columbia Records artist Walter Egan out of Los Angeles, and received a Gold Record for the hit single "Magnet and Steel". Annie has had her songs recorded by other artists, including Dolly Parton, Nicolette Larson and Mick Fleetwood. She started "the Rude Band", later known as "Fast Annie", with Tom Moncrieff in 1980, and is still active. She's been singing and playing in bands locally and nationally for decades.
TOM MONCRIEFF is a music producer/engineer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist. He's been playing professionally since the age of sixteen. His writing credits include collaborations with Stevie Nicks. Tom played and toured in the seminal pre-Fleetwood Mac band, Buckingham Nicks. Tom co-produced and engineered Walter Egan's third album Hi-Fi, on Columbia Records. He was also a member of Egan's touring and recording bands and received a Gold Record for the hit single "Magnet and Steel". He started "the Rude Band", later known as "Fast Annie", with Annie McLoone. In 2004 he started the instrumental surf-rock band, "Surf Nation".