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Wynchester performing during the Post-Apocalypto Tour at the ACL Live Moody Theater in Austin, Texas on October 17, 2019, with Mike Bray and John Konesky.
Mike Bray and John Konesky surely take their music seriously, but kindly with the wink of an eye. From classic uptempo barn burnin,' truck drivin’ songs, as well as "tear in your beer” ballads, they leave no stone unturned. Wynchester has been surprising critics with their modern approach to classic songwriting; songs that tell tales, songs of heartbreak, and even some comedic numbers that will surely bring you back for another listen. It's a memorable mixed bag of good times, time and time again.

At their live shows, Wynchester surely stands out amongst its peers. A sharp dressed high energy act that will keep your boots tappin' till closing time. Influenced by Southern greats like Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Allman Brothers Band, as well as songwriters from Marty Robbins to Jimmy Webb, while tapping into the sense of humor inherent in acts such as Dr. Hook, Jerry Reed or Brad Paisley. As always, they plan to tour and make music as long as people care to listen, then again they'd probably do that regardless.
Wynchester shared the stage with Tenacious D at the ACL Live Moody Theater. The band continues across the United States with the last stop at the The Wiltern in Los Angeles, California on October 29, 2019.

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