Growing up in Nashville, Tennessee Michael picked up his first electric guitar in 1966 for $75 from the window of the five and dime store. No amp in sight and disturbing no one for a time.In hearing of Molly Hatchet in the early 70’s, an amplifier became a must have. Digging into Skynyrd, Blackfoot, The Outlaws and every branch that grew out of the Southern rock tree, Michael spent his spare time playing every Southern Rock tune ever written from that point forward. Really enjoying only Southern Rock for most of his 56 years on guitar.In 1997, Michael formed, and still plays in “Bounty Hunter - Southern Rock Tribute Show”
Danny is a long time fixture of the Chicago music/blues scene that started with him sneaking into local bars to play while underage. He was then brought along by Melvin Tailor as part of the Slack Band where he learned slide guitar from blues hall of famer - JB Ritchie. He also went on a world tour with Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson as the band’s guitar tech.Danny has had the pleasure to play with or open shows for great artists such as: Bernard Allison, Lonnie Brooks, Mary Lane, Los Lonely Boys, Chris Cain, and B.B. King. Danny was also invited to compete in the international Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tn. Danny also was signed to Electra Glide Records releasing his first cd- Danny and the Devils.Danny’s love for Southern Rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd started when he was quite young.Danny says, “It’s a challenge and an honor to recreate the music of the Ronnie Van Zant era band with LynSkynyrd “.
Wayne Evans is a professional recording and touring bassist. Originally from Chicago, Wayne toured the east coast for 10 years opening for national acts like Savoy Brown, Rick Derringer, ELO, Heart, the New York Dolls, and Long John Baldry. He has a unique style all his own. When asked what is the role of a bass in the band Wayne said, "The bass must be precise and stay in the pocket The drums and bass provide a solid foundation for the rest of the band to build on"
Scott Tomeczko was born and raised on the southside of Chicago. Scott started his musical journey playing the organ, accordion, and trumpet. As a teenager taking trumpet lessons Scott noticed a poster of Led Zeppelin on the wall and told his teacher “Hey, that’s what I want to do!, DRUMS!.” Scott enjoys many styles of music, and especially enjoys playing the part of Artimus Pyle in Lynskynyrd!
Jimmi Perrino has long been known as a dynamic keyboardist. Playing with Chuck Berry, after Jimmis solo, Chuck went to the mic and said,” That white boy can play the blues.” He played for years with Texas Flood, an SRV tribute band. And when the Boyzz reformed in 1993, he joined them. Comfortable with any genre, music continues to be his life.