Guitarist Neal Grusky was born, and raised in Sacramento California, and later moved to Modesto California. After High School he moved to Los Angeles where he made his musical debut in the band called Takara. Takara released their first album in 1993. Takara went on the release a total of 6 albums. Neal had worked with vocalist Jeff Scott Soto, as well as Ozzy Osbourne bassist Bob Daisley during his time as part of Takara. Takara had a significant sales and popularity in Japan, Europe, and the U.S.
After the release of the last Takara album, Neal realized something was missing musically for him.
The result was the early beginnings of what would go on to be called “Prey For Sunday”.
Neal lists his guitar influences as from Classical music, to Modern Metal bands, as well as guitar greats from Randy Rhoads, George Lynch, and many other great guitarists from many other genres. He although enjoys and many other styles of music such as, Blues, Classical, and Jazz.
His passion lies in Hard Rock. In particular, creating great songs, that are memorable, and dynamic.