The band has evolved over the years. Keith Jones joined the band in 2000, playing snare drum and hand percussion. In 2009, CJ Henderson replaced Jay Atwood on didgeridoo and bronze-age Irish horn. Founding Member Warren Casey retired from the band in 2013, with the Reverend Dr. Tiki King taking his place.
Their notable appearances include The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, during which, host Craig Ferguson accompanied them on a drum. Mixed martial arts fighter Keith Jardine has used their song "Bog" as entrance music in several UFC events. The band also appears in season 4 of the Cable TV show "Arrested Development"
- Aaron Shaw - great Highland bagpipe
- The Reverend Dr. Tiki King - Big Drum, ukulele
- Keith Jones - great snare drum, djembe
- CJ Henderson - didgeridoo, Irish horn, bodhran
- Brutal (1997) (cassette)
- Banned (1999) (cassette)
- Wicked Tinkers (1999)
- Hammered (2000)
- Loud (2002)
- Banger For Breakfast (2003)
- Whisky Supper (2005)
- Rant (2007)
- Big Bottle Of Bad Ideas (2016)
- Fowler, James E. (July 25, 1996) Los Angeles Times Valley weekend. Section: Calendar; Page 1A.
- Manna, Marcia. (June 13, 2004) The San Diego Union-Tribune "Highland fling: Wicked Tinkers re-create ancient Scottish songs." Section: Zone; Page N8.
- Baeza, Megan. (March 23, 2006) Anchorage Daily News "Celtic band bringing rock of Bronze Age. Wicked Tinkers: The group's first Alaska show on Saturday will benefit Highland Games." Section: Alaska; Page B5.
- Gleason, Matt. (September 16, 2006) Tulsa World "Wicked pipes: California's Wicked Tinker cranks up the Scottish Festival."
- Aguirre, Mary Lou. (January 12, 2007) The Fresno Bee "Hanford hosts Tempest and Tinkers in a Celtic romp." Section: South valley bee; Page 4.
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