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TODD WYNN - LEAD VOX
Todd loves music. From Atlanta, GA, he sang in school, became a DJ and then a karaoke jockey. Then, Todd got with a friend and started doing open mike nights. Todd moved to L.A. in July of 2008. He chose Dirty Deeds to sing at a local Karaoke night and discovered his knack for singing AC/DC songs. Todd and Nate Moyer founded THUNDERSTRUCK in July of 2009. Their first gig was at Paladino's on August 15, 2009.
DAN MICK - GUITAR / VOX
Dan Mick began playing piano at age four. He came from a very musical family in Ohio. Music came naturally to him and he picked up his first guitar at 10 years old. He made the move to Los Angeles in 1987, and co-founded a rock/metal band for parties and fun that turned quickly into a paying gig. He joined Thunderstruck in January of 2010.
MARK D’AMATO - DRUMS
Originally from Detroit, Mark didn’t pick up a drum stick until the age of 23, right after moving to Los Angeles. His dream was to PLAY the music that was such a huge part of his youth. Mark played small weekend tours playing fairs & casinos all over California & Nevada in tributes to Bad Co., Tina Turner, Fleetwood Mac and now AC/DC.
ALLAN HEARN - BASS GUITAR / VOX
Born in Texas, Allan began learning the bass guitar at age 13. Allan began playing clubs in Mississippi and Louisiana. He moved to Los Angeles to further his musical career. He studied Bass Guitar at MI. He recorded & toured the U.S and Europe with Powder and King Baby. He’s appeared on Entertainment Tonight, The Playboy Channel.
DEREK MATSUURA - GUITAR / VOX
At 14 years old, Derek started hacking away at a cheap acoustic. He found guitar more fun than the trumpet he'd been torturing his San Mateo, CA neighborhood with since age 11. It soon became an obsession leading to many musical projects. On stage Derek usually holds down the rhythm using a red SG with custom pickups plugged into an all tube Marshall 9000, though you can sometimes spot him banging out chords on a Les Paul.