Fill the Silence is a modern American rock band fronted by charismatic lead singer Nate Brown and brilliant lead guitarist Chris Bailey, and backed by the complex and driving rhythm section of guitarist Dave Swanberg, bassist Curtis Carver and drummer Tyrel Swezey; a dedicated group of hard working musicians performing a style of powerful, hook infused-melodic rock not easily labeled into one specific genre, reminiscent of both classic and new rock with a unique sound and presence.
With an incredible high energy live show, a rapidly growing six figure national fan base and tens of thousands of fans following them daily, Fill the Silence has become very well known in a very short amount of time. Their first single ‘Push' from their upcoming album can be found nationwide on FM and Internet radio, as well as iTunes, Amazon and over 50 other major retailers
‘Push' was also chosen for the Sony/Universal licensed Songs of Love for Japan disaster relief compilation. They were joined in this project with such artists as Sara Bareilles, Brandi Carlile, Antigone Rising, Ani DiFranco and Tori Amos.
Coming off a 2½ month 12 state tour spring of 2011, both headlining and extensively touring with Joe Leste’s Bang Tango, Fill the Silence spent a brief time back in the Seattle area performing several headline shows, an industry ‘meet & greet’ performance for Eric Clapton’s former management team (Scott Daggatt), an in-studio televised performance for New Day NW on King5 (NBC) television, and an appearance at Don Was’ Gimme the Gig II (sponsored by Ford) along with opening support for national acts before heading back out on the road.
After headlining shows in over 30 states (including eight performances during the 71st Annual Sturgis Bike Rally in SD) to wind up their 2011 US Tour, Fill the Silence is currently writing new material and will be in the studio at years end to finish recording their full length debut album.
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