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Tyketto were an American heavy rock band of the 1990s who never achieved the success they felt they deserved. The group was put together in 1987 by former Waysted vocalist Danny Vaughn. Brooke St James (Guitar), Jimi Kennedy (Bass) and Micheal Clayton (Drums) completed the lineup.

By 1990 the band had signed to Geffen Records, and released their debut album "Don't Come Easy". Musically, it was somewhere between Whitesnake and Bon Jovi, with Tyketto opening for the former on many… read more

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  • Of all the bands around this same time frame, I'm sorry to say I never knew of Tyketto until now. Doing some catching up and wow, they are good! Grunge killed a lot of bands that should've made it big, didn't it?
  • Can't wait for their concert at the end of this month! whoop! =D Loving 'Dig in Deep' album - FAITHLESS!
  • Forever Young \\m/
  • Danny Vaughn is one of the best vocalists in the Biz.
  • Danny Vaughn remains a well kept secret. and Dig In Deep is a great album. Nice return, but I still prefer the first two.
  • Really great over-looked band
  • Cool hair
  • Another great band which deserves more respect ..
  • What ?????
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