One Wing follows a 3 member band format when they record and write music, but tour as a 5 piece band complete with 2 guitars, bass, drums and vocals. They put countless hours and massive amounts of effort in to producing the best quality music, both in a musical sense, and in a listening sense. No single genre can describe One Wing, but they're mostly alternative rock with a hint of singer/songwriter mixed in.
Josie was born in Athens, Ohio in 2000. When she was 4, she moved to Erie, Pennsylvania. She started singing at the age of 8 and 2 years later started learning the guitar under local Erie musician Frank Singer. In 2016, Josie met Brandon through a mutual friend, and once Brandon heard her sing, he just had to record her! Josie then became a Prodigious Productions artist and began recording her first album "pretty bending light"
Brandon is primarily a drum set player that discovered his love for recording and producing music during a summer break where he studied at Berklee College of Music, Duquesne University, and the Chautauqua Institution. He's been described as a "Musical Sponge" by some of his teachers, taking in any and all musical information. Constantly wanting to play music, Brandon joined forces with Tyler, forming Something to Corrupt. After meeting Josie and recording some of her own songs, Tyler and Brandon decided to form One Wing with her.
Tyler first got into music at a young age when he first heard Korn on the radio and got a feeling that he's never had before. He started playing guitar around 13, wanting to start a band with his cousins (A crash from the start). Tragedy struck soon after he began, when he lost his leg in an ATV accident. Stuck inside for almost two years, Tyler picked up his guitar and used his guitar to forget about his situation. He continued playing through high school, where he and Brandon began working together. They decided to take each other seriously and push each other past their limits. Thus, Something to Corrupt was born. Soon following they met Josie, and formed One Wing to express a more tame but equally heartfelt style of music.