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Deuces Wyld

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The best kept secret in music


"Deuces Wyld Stay True To Southern Roots"

Members of the band Deuces Wyldare playing the life they live - rock with a southern attitude. Evan Lindsey, Matt Dearman, Bryan Blackledge, Kyle Johnston, and Adam Brewer have been pleasing fans with their music all over the southeast. Their style revolves around southern rock, classic rock, and country icons such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Guns-N-Roses, The Black Crowes, The Allman Brothers Band, Hank Williams Jr. and many more. "It (southern rock) is what inspires us and it's what we grew up on," Johnston said. "We are rocking the stuff our parents were listening to while they were growing up."

Along with a wide variety of covers, the band also has serveral originals and is looking to be in the studio to record the tracks for their first album within the next few months. "Our material is easy to listen to and anybody can enjoy it," Dearman said. "The songs i write is basically about life experiences that I deal with," Lindsey added. The group sticks very closely to the genre that inspires them the most. "We think of what the new generation of southern rock should sound like, and we reflect that in our music," Lindsey said. The band members aspire to take their music to the next level but are enjoying where they are at the moment.

The band's greatest accomplishment so far is the fan base that they have established and seeing those fans have a good time. "We have a great following. Our friends are a big reason we are coasting the way that we are," Lindsey added. The band members pride themselves in the type show they play. "We bring a big show. It's loud. It's fun," Dearman said. - Lacey Walters, Country Reporter, Laurel Leader-Call

"Southern Rock Comes To The Capital"

"Straight from Laurel, MS these guys know how to make an evening fun."

"These southern rockers are high engery entertainment at its best!" - Jessica, GM, The Left Field Sports Bar - Jackson

"Deuces Wyld Show Review"

"If they don't light your fire, then your wood's wet."

"It’s whiskey-soaked, guitar-squallin’, fist-pumpin’ live music at it’s best." - Dave - Skydog Music, 2006


Currently working on the first cut of tracks.

Look for the "Mayfield E. P." in March
Contact Info: Evan - 601-319-9019
Matt - 601-283-0003
Kyle - 601-498-5707


Feeling a bit camera shy


A wise man once made the statement, "American by birth, but southern by the grace of God." The guys of Deuces Wyld believe in this wholeheartedly. They realize what an honor it is to live the southern lifestyle and that passion and motivation is heard in their music. With influences from southern rock bands such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, Molly Hatchet, and the Black Crowes, they set themselves apart with their crunching guitar licks and deep southern soul.

DW is geard toward 2 things, high-energy entertainment and fun. With having performed from Baton Rouge, LA, down the coastline to Pensacola, FL, up to Nashville, TN, and everywhere in between, DW has made a name for themselves in just a short period of time. Their hard-driving southern rock attitude have placed them on a bigger stage and developed a great fan base around the southeast.

A little history: Deuces Wyld seem to evolve over night. The 5 members of DW came from all walks of life. Johnston and Blackledge are the 2 who have been together the longest. Growing up on the same street within 100 yards of each other, they have been playing music together since day one. Brewer, being from Green County Mississippi , just kinda showed up one day. Johnston, Blackledge and Brewer picked up 2 more guys and formed the band Days Forward. After a decent run of local bars, the frontman decided to venture out on a solo career and took the lead guitarist with him. So they were back at square one. They all new of Matt Dearman. He kinda developed a reputation of being well..the only way to say it..a wizard on the guitar. Knowing that he was not currently playing with anyone, Johnston put the offer on the table and Dearman accepted. Getting tired of just jamming every night with no singer or anything of the sort, the 4 went on the search.

Johnston and Blackledge attended a talent competition on behalf of Blackledge's cousin. Little did they know what the future would hold. Halfway through the competition, Evan Lindsey took the stage and covered the song "Simple Man" by Lynyrd Skynyrd. After he was done, Johnston tured to Blackledge and made the comment, "We just found a frontman." The 3 talked after the show, and the next day Deuces Wyld had their first official practice. After polishing off song after song after song, they knew they had something special. After you experience for the first time the Blue Collar Boys from Mississippi, it is definately something you will want to experience again and again. Rock on.