Tom Sandoval, star of Vanderpump Rules, is pursuing a career in music.

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Tom Sandoval of Vanderpump Rules is pursuing a serious music career.

Tom Sandoval has a very “adventurous” career ahead of him.

Tom Sandoval and the Most Extras, the “Vanderpump Rules” star turned bartender, is going all-in with his new band.

The “Sandy” half of “Schwartz and Sandy’s” wants to pursue a serious career as a musician while juggling his Bravo reality show, a whiskey brand, and the construction of a new bar.

Sandoval told Page Six that he’s “ready to be taken seriously” as a musician after playing his band’s first — and sold-out — show at the Hotel Café in Hollywood.

“I thought I might have ruined my chances of getting into music or even acting when I first started on ‘Vanderpump Rules,'” Sandoval admitted to the outlet.

“I thought to myself, ‘People aren’t going to take you seriously because you’re a reality star.’ But what I’ve discovered is that the show has been an incredible platform for me to do pretty much anything.”

Music has always been something I’ve adored and have returned to like a mistress.”

Sandoval explained that the fact that his band is a cover band that recycles pop and rock hits makes it easier for fans to “get to know” his music.

Sandoval and his colossal Most Extras band performed covers of Rick Springfield’s “Jessie’ Girl,” Toto’s “Rosanna,” Loverboy’s “Working for the Weekend,” and more during their debut show, according to clips shared on his Instagram story.

Sandoval has been a member of a number of bands and has appeared in a number of music videos.

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Sandoval has been in a band before.

He was previously a member of Charles McMansion, a two-man band.

In 2015, Sandoval and collaborator Isaac Kappy released the song “TIP,” which earned him a songwriting credit as well as a starring role in a music video.

Sandoval, who also plays the trumpet and sings, told Billboard at the time that he was “very passionate” about his music and that he had plans for a band with a “modern-day Blues Brothers kind of vibe.”

Sandoval has also appeared in two Bon Jovi music videos — “Misunderstood” and “All About Lovin’ You” from 2002 — and, more recently, in Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor’s “Samantha’s Gone,” in which he wore a mullet…

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