- Jaan Uhelszki, Paste Magazine
Death On Two Wheels have shared the stage with Against Me!, Manchester Orchestra, Social Distortion, Lucero, Butch Walker, Alkaline Trio, Janelle Monae, Good Old War, Foxy Shazam, and more at festivals like Bamboozle, Forecastle, and SXSW. Their music has been featured on G4 Television, Spike TV, TNA Wrestling, and at the Sundance Film Festival. more >>>
Hailing from a musical family, the sibling-led band is heavily influenced by Thomas and Olivia's father, Tom Wynn, the original drummer of Cowboy, one of Capricorn Studio's (Allman Brothers) legendary bands from the 1970s. His influence, as well as their faith and upbringing in church, undoubtedly shaped their songwriting and musical interests. Their deeply rooted upbringing certainly laid the foundation for what the Wynns bring to The Believers' sound. Thomas’ spirit-moving vocals are uniquely supported by sister Olivia's engaging and captivating voice and presence. Her strong vocal harmonies and wide-eyed response is the perfect companion to his yearning banshee cries.
Voted BEST OF ORLANDO #1 ROCK BAND 2009-2012 . . . TWTB is Southern Rock Muscle ~ Soulful Rock n' Blues!
TW&TB has delighted audiences of all sizes, including festival goers at Magnolia Fest, Bear Creek, Orlando Calling, Blackwater Music Festival, BamaJam, Tropical Heatwave, Antiwarpt, Pojo Music Fest and FMFs. The group has also shared the stage with national acts Gov't Mule, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Drivin' N' Cryin', Leon Russell, Drive-By Truckers, Donna The Buffalo, Leftover Salmon, JJ Grey & Mofro, Medeski, Martin & Wood, Honey Island Swamp Band, Cross Canadian Ragweed, The Lee Boys, Charlie Daniels, just to name a few.
REAX Magazine recently said… "For once, you have a Florida band that is truly Florida. They look like Florida, they sound like Florida - with a touch of Molly Hatchett, The Band, Neil Young, and The Black Crowes. Not fad hipster, not transplant Florida, but Florida Florida. These guys are on the leading edge of creating a new southern rock scene. The sum of the parts is the strongest live shows in the region. Powerful melodies and hooks, grinding jams with soaring guitars and tight drum work, and a front man that carries the audience to new heights." more >>>
Death On Two Wheels
Thomas Wynn & The Believers