Mickey Wynne was born in Liverpool, England and was taught guitar by his daddy at the age of six. By sixteen he was so accomplished with this instrument that he was teaching Julian Lennon guitar. Already accustomed to long music listening sessions-both rock, folk and classical with his grandfather and uncles, Mickey started writing music at age nine, a talent that led to him becoming house writer for New York's MCA Records. At 15 he cut his teeth with his first band - Captain Zombie and The X-Ray Plates. He’s now trailblazing the live circuit again with new band The Mickey Wynne Band – they previewed his new EP, Running on Empty - Thursday June 11th, 2009 at the 12 Bar Club in 'Tin Pan Alley' – Denmark Street, London. Mickey and his band then played at his Running on Empty EP Release Party at Brighton's Prince Albert in September. Youtubes of some of the highlights are available HERE Mickey and his band are currently in rehearsals, getting ready to play summer festivals in 2010. A debut album is pencilled in for recording late summer.