The Tyn Tymes are something of the music institution around Etowah Region in northeastern Alabama, and also a large amount of neighboring states. Founded by ten college students — all natives of Gadsden, AL, the five horn players from Gadsden SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL and the others, comprising the tempo section, from rival Emma Sansom SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL — who have been attending Auburn University or college, the University or college of Alabama, and Jacksonville Condition University or college, the group was structured in 1966. Jerry Rickles performed trumpet and dealt with the business lead vocals; Ronnie Cornutt performed the Hammond body organ, sang back-up, and do their plans; Danny Clayton performed lead acoustic guitar and sang back-up; and Chip Davidson performed bass and sang back-up. The additional horn and sax players had been Carl Shaepe, Rick Countryman, Ken Striplin, Wayne “Golf swing” Smith, and Mike Keracher; Lanny Thomas performed the drums. They quickly became well-known within the fraternity circuit around Auburn as well as the School of Alabama and discovered brand-new bookings in Birmingham. These were enough of the heading concern to survive workers changes forced with them with the exigencies from the Vietnam Battle as well as the draft. The music group played on expenses over the South with works such as for example Bo Diddley and Archie Bell & the Drells. In 1969, in addition they cut their initial record, “Baby, I REALLY LIKE You” b/w “Bootleg,” at Popularity Studios in Muscles Shoals, released in the Music Container label. More workers changes followed, mainly due to the battle, but shortly graduation, relationship, and family duties reared their minds as well, as well as the group disbanded in July of 1970. A number of the associates kept energetic in music, but most shifted to regular careers, which was the last anyone noticed from the Tyn Tymes until 1999, when drummer Lanny Thomas acquired the idea for any reunion. The previous users were all prepared, as well as the rehearsals resulted in a overall performance — with all except one unique member present (bassist Chip Davidson having passed on) — in the location where that they had stated goodbye to carrying out together, precisely 30 years and fourteen days previously. Which led to the discharge from the double-CD arranged Tyn Tymes Live, Let’s Party. The music group has been a dynamic, going concern since 2000, with regular bookings and a broad following over the Southeast seaside music scene.