Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama USA, the Alternative-Rock trio Lynam was formed in March of 2001 by singer + guitarist & main songwriter Jacob Lynam, real name Jacob Bunton, bass player Mark Lynam, born Mark Dzier and drummer David Lynam.
The band self-released its first album, "White Trash Superstar", in 2002 and followed it up with "Bling! Bling!" in January 2003.
A third self-financed LP, "Life In Reverse", arrived a year later; the group has sold several thousand copies on their own and also gigged prolifically in the Southeast, playing with bands such as Saliva, Puddle Of Mudd, Trapt, Smile Empty Soul and Default.
Preceded by the alt-Rock radio single "Tanis", Lynam's DRT debut album, "Slave To The Machine", arrived in June 2006 and reached the #21 position on the Billboard Top Independent chart.
The Alabama threesome's next LP, "Tragic City Symphony", was released in August 2008, the disc consists of 12 brand new songs including the first single "Save My Soul".