Jonny Wickersham

Born 26 May 1968.

Biography

Jonny "2 Bags" Wickersham (born May 26, 1968 [1]) is the current guitarist for the Californian punk rock band Social Distortion. He joined Social Distortion after the death of founding member and longtime friend, Dennis Danell, in February 2000. Previously, he had been a guitarist for U.S. Bombs, The Cadillac Tramps (still an active member), and Youth Brigade from Southern California.

He has been touring and recording with Social Distortion since the When the Angel's Sing Memorial Concert held in June 2000, which was held to benefit Dennis Danell's family. Wickersham also co-wrote "Angel's Wings", "Faithless" and "Nickels and Dimes" along with Mike Ness for Social Distortion's 2004 release Sex, Love and Rock 'n' Roll as well as "Machine Gun Blues", "Far Side of Nowhere" and "Take Care of Yourself" with Mike Ness on Social Distortion's latest release Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes.

In 2008, Wickersham was on tour with Mike Ness' solo band along with Social Distortion.

The Vandals wrote a song about him: "Johnny Twobags", released on their album Live Fast, Diarrhea

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