Born on 8 November 1971, Thomas Negovan was the frontman for the eclectic rock band Three Years Ghost. The band released one album 'Sidhe' in 1995 and performed infrequently in the Chicago area until 2003. He has also worked with artists as disparate as members of The Chicago Symphony Orchestra and R. Kelly and has recorded and performed under the ensemble name Ver Sacrum.
His debut solo album 'By Popular Demand' was released in December 2011. The album consists of 8 original songs all recorded without the use of electricity on an early 20th century wax cylinder recorder designed by Thomas Edison.
In addition to his work as a musician, Negovan is also a published author and art historian. In 2006, he released his first book, 'The Union of Hope and Sadness: The Art of Gail Potocki', followed by 'Grand Guignol: An Exhibition of Artworks Celebrating the Legendary Theater of Terror' in 2010.