Teddy Geiger was born on September 16, 1988 in Buffalo, New York to John and Lorilyn Geiger. He was always gifted with music, learning piano from his grandparents at an early age and guitar by the time he was eight. By that time, he had started writing and recording his own songs as well. He probably would never have considered becoming an entertainer if it wasn't for his mother. Teddy was entered into the VH1 2004 TV Contest 'In Search of the Patridge Family'. Even though he didn't get the part he was auditioning for (he was deemed too young by the producers), he did catch the eye of top music producer Billy Mann, who rushed and scribbled down his number on a piece of paper for Teddy before he left. Teddy was signed to Columbia Records for a six record deal. On March 21st, 2006, Teddy released 'Underage Thinking' on Columbia, generating the hits 'Confidence (For You I Will)' and 'These Walls'. A special edition of the album was also released, containing remixes, early demos that Teddy recorded in his Pittsford, New York basement and a DVD with music videos and other bonus features. Geiger is now recording his follow-up release in Connecticut with producer Billy Mann, scheduled for release in late 2007 or early 2008, and a summer tour is also planned.