MEET THE BAND

NICK WOOD

LEAD GUITAR

Music began as an outlet for me. I have had musical interests as far back I can remember. I began playing guitar in the 7th grade through a class offered by my school. I quickly realized that the guitar was a powerful tool for me. It was a tool that allowed me to express myself in was ways I could not before. For me, is like a different language. I am able to find parts of myself that I could not otherwise. A guitar allows me to speak that language.

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DYLAN SHUTT

LEAD VOCALS - RHYTHM GUITAR

At the age of twelve, I found myself walking out of a guitar store with a Fender Stratocaster in my hands. I had always wanted to play, but never had the time or the money to learn how. Little did I know I would end up with a collection of 18 guitars six years later. Music became my therapy, and was there for me when I felt like I had nothing else to run to. It changed my life. I became heavily involved playing in my church, but still gravitated towards the genre of Hard Rock. With heavy influences from bands like Skillet, Shinedown, and Metallica, all I wanted to do was be a musician. After Seven years of experience, and mentorship from some of the coolest people in the industry, I know who I am. I am a musician, and a person called to lead others to healing. 

STEPHEN HAW

BASS GUITAR

I was always close to my great grandparents when I was young. When my great grandfather passed away my great grandmother gave me his old guitar. I had previously only played bass clef instruments like trombone and baritone so I bought a bass and learned in his honor. I then discovered that it was what I was destined to do; to play bass and make people's lives better with music

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DEVON ROTHARMEL

DRUMS

"My start to music wasn’t as smooth as the other three apparently had it. Little did you guys know, I actually failed music class two years in a row. I guess it was just bad luck, but it still didn’t compare to the events that followed. However, during the 2020 quarantine, music became such an amazing outlet for me, and I began really challenging myself behind the kit. I quickly became a huge musical nerd. At this point, I’m constantly reading books about music theory, practicing like crazy, and am always surrounding myself with different music. And as for Remedy, I’m confident I’ve found my calling in life with these guys, and plan on going to college for music to better myself within the band."