Revolution is a classic-rock style band originally from North Texas and headed to Nashville to continue revolutionizing rock n’ roll. Inspired by artists like Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix, Revolution plays with a hard-driving rock feel, and have performed a vast array of shows including festivals and showcases, multi-band concerts, benefit shows, and the Dallas International Guitar Festival. Guitarist, Travis Fairley, spends hours perfecting classic rock riffs and tone, and bassist, Nathan Torma, pulls from punk and blues influences to perfect his driving bass sound. Revolution’s lead singer, Bailey Daniels, adds raspy, soul-inspired vocals to the band’s dynamic, and drummer, Gary Fox, brings his years of professional experience to the music.
Bailey Daniels: Bailey is one of the original founding members, along with Travis. She plays rhythm guitar on live performances along with singing her wailing vocals. She is currently attending college at Texas State University, and plans on moving up to Nashville to professionally establish the band once she is finished there.
Travis Fairley: Travis is the original founding member of the band, as well as the manager. His classic rock guitar style is the epicenter of the band's song writing style; Travis generally writes guitar riffs, Bailey writes lyrics, and the other parts are assembled from there. Travis is currently attending college at Belmont University in Nashville, TN, where he is working on networking the band and building up a following there.
Nathan Torma: Nathan lays down the funky bass lines like a true rocker. He has performed with several other groups in the Dallas area in his time, as well as the Dallas School of Rock. Deemed the "faceless bass dude," he has been with the band for more than two years now. He is attending community college and working in Dallas, and will move to Nashville as well when he finishes his community college career.
Gary Fox: Gary is the most experienced player in the band, and has been a member for almost three years now. He has a vast array of pro touring performance experience, notably with Double Cross in the 80's, with whom he opened for Pantera several times in Dallas. He keeps the rhythm section nailed down at all times, and though he unfortunately can not move to Nashville with us, he can be heard on our EP and our album that is coming soon, and we intend to hang on to him as long as possible.