Famous like a founder from the past due 1960s and early 1970s rock-jazz-blues-folk fusion band Pleasure of Cooking, she served as the group’s pianist and contributed towards the band’s 1971 hit solitary, “Brownsville,” aswell regarding the albums Pleasure of Cooking (1971), Nearer to the bottom (1971), and Castles (1972). She released her band, among the 1st female-fronted rock organizations ever sold, in 1967. She released two single albums, Healthy, As well (1973) and Toni Brownish (1979). After closing her music profession, she received a master’s level in mindset and founded a nonprofit youngsters center known as Four Winds Western. Located in Berkeley, California, her Pleasure of Cooking music group “family members” included guitarist Terry Garthwaite, bassist David Garthwaite, percussionist Ron Wilson, and drummer Fritz Kasten. She and Victory Tischler-Blue (from the Runaways) both belonged to well-known California-based bands from the 1970s.