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Their Story

In 2016, after hitting some roadblocks with original music and deciding that playing in the cover/club scene was not in his heart, Tony Rossi wanted something new . Driven by the desire to form a band that brought together a unique mix of musicians, he began the long road to what would lead him to Changing Tymz . A  journey that required time and patience as the right band would be born in the collaboration of musicians, willing to prove their passion, musical talent, faith, direction and ability to work together as an integral and equal piece of the process . The original line-up itself would take over 3 years .

During this same time period, guitarist Timmy Wysong was looking to find an accomplished drummer to join his former band. Connecting through a music search, Tony submitted an audition piece for the band at Timmy’s request. Although things didn’t work out for the initial project, Tony and Timmy discovered a respect for each other’s talents and decided to begin collaboration .     

Adding vocalist Matt Martin to the group, the band was now beginning to take shape and the direction of the band’s sound became clear . Originally striving for a heavier and darker sound, the addition of Matt’s voice and unique style allowed them to dig deeper in the roots of true metal, and melodic fashion to create a mix of modern and classical metal . 

All the while, bass player Bryan McQuade was also looking for a solid commitment in an original project. When Changing Tymz and Bryan crossed paths the band asked him to submit an original bassline for the song "Stand Up" . Taking his chances, Bryan sat down to write, submitted a piece … and a bass player was found .  

Now at four members strong, all that was needed was another guitarist to add to the line-up . Knowing whoever it was needed to be the right fit, after several auditions and more than a year later, the band finally welcomed Eric Fenton in November of 2019 .

Five talented musicians, having never met before, all from different backgrounds, cemented by desire and passion for the music is what made this line-up work so well, they officially released their 5 track EP in February of 2020.

 January of 2021, Changing Tymz and Matt Martin parted ways and the search for a new vocalist was launched. Again finding the perfect committed fit would take time. After an extensive search and tryout, Joann E Wolfe and Changing Tymz began working on new material, and the melodies and songs just came together like magic. The line-up was again complete.

 In late July of 2022, they had their 1st release which was the song used for the story-line video later released February 3rd 2023, titled "Shark Attack" 

During this time, due to unforeseen circumstances, Changing Tymz and Eric Fenton parted ways and again a new search began. Working through almost 70 applicants, Brian Weber proved to be the perfect fit and accepted the 2nd guitarist position on February 5th 2023. Brian is aggressively working on all the songs for the full length 11 track release that we hope to have out in late April. In-addition there is a surprise single to be released in March! Since the original EP was released Changing Tymz, holding true to the name, has had changes.  Joann Wolfe on vocals and Brian Weber on guitar have given the band a new sound. To show case the changes we will follow the 11 track release with an updated, re-recorded-mixed/mastered, version of the original 5 track EP!! Keep your eyes and ears open for future information and releases in 2023,  for the world truly has only begun to see the music of Changing Tymz !

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Member Profiles

Joann E Wolfe - Lead Vocals

Joann E Wolfe

It became obvious during her toddler years, that Joann had a keen interest in music. She was always singing and was quick to learn lyrics and melodies. Oddly, when she began singing and bouncing in her car seat to the rhythm of music, at the same time, a feeling and passion in her was born and there was only one way to go, as she had felt the dream. At six years old, becoming a child with a noticeable talent, she quickly was signed up for piano lessons, and continued with them until the age of 16. The piano gave her great insight into all aspects of music, as she had learned a thorough understanding of timing, melody, and harmony. This enabled her to become active in high school music programs, learning the flute and also using her piano skills in jazz band. Thus, developing the important element of working with others. Piano was not the only instrument she pursued, as guitar was always in her heart and was added a few years down the road to her repertoire of skills. This vast array of musical knowledge that shaped the direction and style of her voice, coupled with growing up in her local church, where her voice was highlighted in many choir and church performances, is what gave her the comfort and confidence of singing in front of others. This paved the way for local karaoke events, where she quickly caught the attention of the south and southwestern Ohio music scene, and almost instantly found herself performing the National Anthem at numerous parades and sporting events.

 Then, in 2010, not knowing where it would eventually lead, she joined up with Bryan McQuade's, local band Holi Spicoli, a well-known 80's cover band in the area with a fairly big following. Joann's amazing voice propelled the band into bigger and better shows as she did riveting covers of Heart, Janis Joplin, Led Zepplin, Iron Maiden and Journey. Although Holi Spocoli dissolved in a little under 8 years, Bryan and Joann remained in touch with a mutual love for music and a passion for the dream. It was that mutual connection that brought Joann to the audition table for CHANGING TYMZ, with the possibility of becoming their new lead singer. She sent her audition in for this coveted spot, and immediately was asked to try writing melodies, and within a few weeks, having produced melodies that flow like magic,  The band decided that she was to be their new voice. Joann is now thrilled to be fronting a powerful noted up and coming band, bringing her wide range of influences from Rock-n-Roll and Blues, to Metal and Jazz. Along with being very excited to be a part of such a talented band she has a humble gratitude she conveys to her audience when performing, that based on the song will put a tear in your eye or energy in your soul! 

Tony Rossi - Drums & Percussion

Tony Rossi - Drums & Percussion

Starting at age, 7 Tony brings a lifetime of experience and a love for music passed down from his late father . Following his father’s footsteps, he excelled in big band and jazz and at 12 years of age was playing with his father in wedding and party bands . With his father’s connections, at age 14, Tony had 2 sessions with his earliest influence “Buddy Rich”, who put the passion for greatness in his soul . In Senior High he joined a band that lasted 4 years covering Rush, Yes, Led Zeppelin, The Who and ELP . From there, Heavy Metal grabbed his attention and that, coupled with the endurance and discipline learned in martial arts, put the aggressiveness in his style . Working with his brother Pete on numerous projects gave lots of room to develop his heavy progressive feel .

What makes Tony stand out beyond his dynamic technical ability, impeccable timing, high energy and speed are his creative writing skills – developed from an interest in a diverse spectrum of music . 

Tony has been on recordings with George Lynch, Pamela Moore, and Dave Rude, as well as a recording and performing member of Sanxtion, the Ronny Munroe Band, BMR (Black Mass Rising) and both CD's by his late brother Pete Rossi (RIP) .  He also did the recording performance on Third Voice's latest CD, recorded 9 tracks as a guest on Reverence's 1st CD and also had filled in on some live shows with Reverence in the past .

Now, once again the fire has been lit, and in these Changing Tymz, Tony has found an excitement and passion, seasoned with experience and freedom to create music that will deliver his highest combination of writing and performance .

Timmy Wysong - Guitars & Backing Vocals

Timmy Wysong Changing Tymz Guitarist

Born in Alma, Michigan, Timmy is an American metal/rock guitarist.  Growing up as part of a family with a rich musical background, he picked up his first guitar at the age of 5 and has never looked back .

Releasing his first solo CD in 2015, titled “Of Man and Beast”, he  has played with notable bands such as Jaded Heart, Blind Guardian, Crash Test Dummies, Lou Diamond Phillips & The Pipe Fitters, Screaming Cheetah Wheelies, The Untouchables, The Drifters and The Platters . His expansive career has led to the formation of different bands along the away, and Timmy has held lead guitar positions for Slam Shut, Loreseed, Hate Remains and Self Inflikted .

Despite having only one hand, Timmy is most notably known for his extreme tapping, bending and tremolo techniques. He is versed with both 6 and 7 string guitars and is able to meld the two seamlessly in his writing style . 

Thrilled to now be a part of Changing Tymz, Timmy brings his unique style of blues, classic rock, metal and today's modern metal licks . He is a unique guitarist and hopes his fans will find the talents he brings to the band interesting and enlightening, yet motivating .

Bryan McQuade - Bass & Backing Vocals

Bryan McQuade - Bass & Backing Vocals

Growing up in the 70’s and 80’s, listening to the music of Judas Priest, Ozzy Osborne, Iron Maiden, AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Metallica, Megadeth and Savatage, Bryan’s dream of playing metal began at an early age .  That dream never went away, but it would be quite a journey to get there . 

Spending years singing in school and church choirs, along with anything else that came on the radio, his career accidentally began one night in a Southeast Ohio bar when the band’s lead singer got cold feet and simply didn’t show up .  Standing on stage that night with just lyric sheets and an attitude, he suddenly became the new front man for White Wolf .  His time with the band lasted about two years before deciding he wanted to further his skills as a musician .  It was then Bryan purchased a used Yamaha bass along with a cheap Fender amp and began teaching himself to play .  Using the next several years focusing on his craft, he spent time playing 80’s covers and original hair metal with bands such as Unameus and Spectra . 

Unfortunately, an unexpected 10 year hiatus caused him to lay his bass down and put music on hold . During this time, Bryan’s desire to create music stayed with him and when he was ready, eased back into the music scene playing with bands such as Consensual Six, Vengeance and Rock Noggin .  In 2012, fully ready to jump back in and as an avenue to escape from reality while having fun entertaining people, Bryan created the 80’s cover band, Holy Spicoli .

After years of captivating audiences in Southern Ohio, it was time for Holy Spicoli to take a brake and for Bryan to get back to metal . Looking for a band in Columbus, he placed an ad on Craigslist that caught the attention of Timmy Wysong . Once Timmy and Bryan connected, the first task was for Bryan to audition by composing an original bass line to "Stand Up" .  He must have done something right, as the band then sent him "Emptiness" and the rest, as they say…. is history . It seemed to be the perfect fit and Changing Tymz had their bass player . 

Bryan’s equipment includes: Music Man Bass, Warwick Bass, Ampeg SVT Head and SVT Pro 4 Cabinet, Sennheiser IEM . 

Brian Weber - Guitars

Brian Weber Changing Tymz Guitarist

Growing up in a home constantly surrounded by every kind of music possible, It is no surprise that this obsession remains. There was always a piano, or guitar around. From ages 7-14, he was in the Appleton Boys Choir. During that time, he played cello as well...but most important was his training with martial arts. It instilled the principals to become serious and passionate about something he deems important. Being diligent with his practice of guitar, needs to be an everyday occurrence.  In 1999, he joined his first “real” band called D.O.T.A.C. and played all over the Midwest for a few years. After moving to the Chicago area, he decided this band wasn’t a good fit and moved on to something a bit more challenging in a Progressive Death metal band called Onus. They recorded a demo in 2004, a 6 song EP, and so far, 2 unfinished full-length albums. In 2009, he recorded himself battling a drum machine during a 3-month layoff and turned it into an EP “Oddgrim Doom Hammer presents: Energetic Phrasing” A small collection of practice routines put into song format. During that time. he also Joined a Progressive rock band called Like Fine Wine, another metal band called Sentenced To die, and had about 10 students a week to keep my hands busy.  

In the early winter of 2011, he was asked to Audition for the Providence RI band Vital Remains, and after 4 months of auditions, received an offer to play guitar in my favorite band. "I was fortunate to have this opportunity to travel around the world and share stages with musicians I’d looked up to my whole life.". After 2 years of living either on a bus, or on someone’s couch, It became apparent it wasn’t working for him.  

In 2013, he continued playing with Onus, but also joined an 80’s hair metal cover band called the Crankin Yankees to keep his time on stage fresh. In 2015, he was asked to play with the Star Trek themed thrash metal band ForceField. 

In Early 2017, he relocated to Cincinatti.... and have been sitting in front of my Metronome for the last 5 years, until he was offered a challenge by someone in Dec of 2022 to put himself out there, and a Day later Changing Tymz Contacted him. "Huzzah!!".

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