At his Australian Idol audition, he played a self-composed song called "Nice to Meet You".
In 2004, Geyer formed a band called "Third Edge" and recorded his original music at Studio 52.
Initially Geyer was to support Young Divas on their nationwide Australian tour but dropped out to instead promote Rush in several in-store appearances and signings.
Later that year Geyer supported ARIA Award-Winning Duo The Veronicas on their Hook Me Up Australian Tour.
In March 2008 Geyer portrayed the role of then fiancee Lisa Origliasso in the duo's music video This Love.
That same year Sony BMG dropped Geyer due to the under-performance of Rush.
Geyer's interest in music started early in his childhood.
On Geyer released his long-anticipated debut album Rush which debuted and peaked at #7 on the ARIA Charts and received mixed reviews from critics.
Despite a successful first week the album quickly dropped out of the charts due to little promotion and no planned second single.
In March 2007 Geyer performed at the Celebrity Grand Prix in Melbourne in which the singles was unreleased at the time.
In April that same year Geyer released his debut single If You Don't Mean It which peaked on the ARIA Charts at #10.