The Wyatt Band - Biographies - South Atlanta, GA
The Wyatt Band - THE WYATT BAND- Iconic 70-80's Rock'n' Roll
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                           Band Members Biographies

     Our band members are among the most talented in the industry. It would 
 be our pleasure to put our extensive experience to work for you.

 
 
 

vicki flute Vicki Wyatt-Jones
(vocals, guitar, flute, harmonica, keyboard)
I started in music at the age of 10.  Grew up in a family of music.
I marched in High School Marching band playing flute.
Music continued playing several instruments, guitar, piano, harmonica and violin.
I took professional voice at the the Atlanta School of music. I sang with the Sweet Adeline's in Atlanta for special performances.
I continued my music education, music theory and taught music. 
Through the years played for special & private events, with several bands, including Inquiring Minds. I performed in several local bars in the 80's and continued to be a special guest flute player for other bands. 
In 2012 started with a Trio Wyatt Group playing jazz in restuarants.  
In 2013 Wyatt group now became in demand for private parties and later grew in a full cover dancing band  now known as THE WYATT BAND.


kevin boggs
Joey Wray
(Lead Guitar & Vocals)

The year was "1967"...The 1st heart transplant recipient was in the 
recover room, the 1st  ATM was being installed, and Jimi Hendrix was burning up the guitar at the Monterey Pop Festival...Literally....and
Joey Wray was Born!

The gypsy woman was unavailable for comment, but it was clear that 
a legend was born. Soon Joey began the journey to his destiny and started playing the guitar.  Learning the music of the 60s and 70s he developed 
a love for musical storytelling and the playing styles of Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton. Playing in a variety of bands covering all genres of music.  While evolving into the music of the 80's & 90's, he also honed his skills as a performer. He became an entertainment exhibitionist, jumping
up on bar tops to rip out a blazing guitar solo.  
As the millennium dawned, he found himself in Atlanta Georgia, a new world of entertainment possibilities. His new position with South Georgia's "The Wyatt Band" is one of love and enjoyment.  Smoking guitar oriented music and soulful funk grooves are what Joey Wray brings to the table. So come to a show and strap yourself in for a ride on the wild side.


Alan Chastain
( Guitar, Keyboard, Bass, Vocals) 


Alan Chastain was introduced to music at a very young age! His grandmother used to play piano by ear and was a honky tonk piano player. He watched her play a loved it. At the age of 5 his grandmother taught him three chords on guitar and then it began. Alana father loved to sing so he took Alan everywhere there were musicians so he could learn as much as possible from all of them! At the age of 15 Alan joined his first band playing lead guitar and after just a couple of years he started his own band with his girlfriend that he met singing for Robert Shaw and the Atlanta symphony orchestra for a high school project. Soon after graduating school he married that same girl and preformed together for very many years. In 1993 his band SOUTHERN PRIDE went on tour for the DOD to Europe to preform for the Troops in 7 different countries! All through the years running arms with many different great musicians. In 2008 and 2009 he played at Lakewood Amphitheater with stars like Brad Paisley, Chuck Wickes, Jewel, Lynard Skynard and Kid Rock! Alan plays multiple instruments including guitar, keyboards, bass guitar, banjo, mandolin, steel guitar and saxophone just to name a few! He has sang harmonies and leads since a very small boy and believes that without harmonies there isn't a band! Music has been Alan's whole life and he lives to play and sing! On stage for more than 40 years; this guy knows how to read what the other musicians are doing and work with anyone to make people happy! A very very talented man


                                                    
Mike Duncan (Drummer, Vocals)  


I started classical training for percussion at the age of 12 in junior high school. ·         
Selected to the All-City band in Orlando, Florida for two years running 1969 and 1970. ·         
Moved to Indiana in 1971 - received a special merit honor award for percussion performance with the Indiana All State Band and Chorus in Indianapolis. ·  
Worked professionally in night clubs and studio session work from 1973-1980 with the cover/original bands “Puzzle”, “Faze 3” and “Passage”. Also played drums on tracks original compositions and added vocals to my skill set. ·         
Moved to Atlanta in 1980 and continued studying music in learning to play keyboards and writing original music. Later, I learned guitar and continue to write original compositions.  I moved to Louisville area in 2005 and worked with the rock band “Karma” from 2007 until 2008. Also worked with “Jaida Blue” for a few months before moving to Atlanta in 2009.        
In Atlanta 2012, I worked with “Intrepid Souls” playing a diverse selection of covers/originals and later with “No Limitz”, a classic rock band in 2013. 
Joined the Wyatt Band in 2014.  
My musical influences range the spectrum of contemporary music over the past 30 years from Ambrosia to Zappa. “All music is Devine” (Kurt Vonnegut, 1963).         

                                


Russ Starrett  - Keyboard/Vocals                                                           Ursula Relaford-Vocals



















                                                                        
                                                                                                                           Larry Ivy -Drummer/Vocals
Michael Ahrens -Bass                                                                                   



























                                                        Kevin Boggs (Lead Guitar)


































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