Todd Rutherford is a pioneering musician, songwriter, and producer, best known for co-founding the legendary band Gram Rabbit, based in Joshua Tree. His versatile talents as a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and producer helped shape the band's unique blend of space rock, psychedelic pop, electronica, and cosmic-americana. Gram Rabbit gained acclaim for their eclectic style and captivating live performances, winning L.A. Weekly’s best new artist award in 2005 and performing at major festivals like Coachella, London’s Wireless Fest, and San Diego Street Scene. Their six studio albums yielded over 30 licenses in television series, national commercial campaigns, and films, with more than 20 tracks featured in these placements.

Rutherford's long awaited solo project is slated for a Summer release, 2024.