Jonny Two Bags has been touring and recording with Social Distortion since the When the Angel’s Sing Memorial Concert held in June 2000, which was held to benefit Dennis Danell’s family. He also co-wrote “Angel’s Wings”, “Faithless” and “Nickels and Dimes” along with Mike Ness for Social Distortion’s 2004 release Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll as well as “Machine Gun Blues”, “Far Side of Nowhere” and “Take Care of Yourself” with Mike Ness on Social Distortion’s latest release Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes.

In 2008, Wickersham was on tour with Mike Ness’ solo band along with Social Distortion.

In 2010 he re-united with his U.S. Bombs bandmates to tour with them in Europe and in the USA.

In 2012, he announced the release of his first solo 7″ called “Hope Dies Hard,” and forthcoming solo album Salvation Town.

His limited edition 7″, “Hope Dies Hard” released in 2012 through Folsom Records. The singles were sold at Social Distortion’s House of Blues shows in December 2012. Only 500 copies were made.

Jonny Two Bags first solo album Salvation Town was released through Isotone Records in 2014. The first single, “One Foot In The Gutter”, premiered on Rolling Stone. He has described the sound on Salvation Town as “americana,” and noted in an interview that “There’s always been a real American roots thread throughout everything I’ve done, with Cadillac Tramps an Social Distortion especially even to some degree in the Bombs. I’ve always written a lot of ballads and things like that. I grew up around a lot of American music. My father played in bar bands. That’s how he raised me, playing music in bars. So, it seemed like a natural approach to me.”