Interview with Revilution

Thanks for chatting with us! Being in a band sounds like so much fun! What is your favorite part doing music together?

Dan Seitz, vocals, guitar: I love it when people get off on our music live. When the band is tight, and you nail a tune with that organic energy, and the audience is dancing or bobbing their heads or singing along.

Scott Flint, guitar, vocals: I would say my favorite part is when the music comes together and everyone is in the zone, it’s magical.

Marie B, vocals: I’d say for me the best part of doing music together is when we are all together. The moments when we are all in the pocket making music. That’s what we strive for.

When you need to get your creative juices flowing – what is something you do?

Marie: Oh wow, that’s a tough question. For writing new music it’s when the words or sounds hit me. For choreography it’s when I hear the music. For photography it’s when there’s a need to be filled or I see something I want to remember forever.

Scott: To get creative all I do is pick up my guitar.

Dan: I just need an instrument in my hands and some pent-up energy that needs released.

If you weren’t doing music right now – what would you be doing?

Marie: I don’t know. Maybe something with digital photography.

Scott: Working in a music store, teaching music somewhere, I have no choice, music is in my blood, having parents that were music educators seals my fate so to speak.

Dan: I probably wouldn’t be around to talk about it, honestly. I suffer from depression, and music has literally saved my life too many times to count.

Any new music plans for 2020?

Scott: We will be releasing a full album and touring behind it.

Marie: For next year I would say finish up the album, come up with a stage show then tour it.

If we were riding in the car with you – who would we hear coming out of the speakers?

Scott: Mother’s Finest, REVILUTION, Stanly Clarke, old school funk, all metal bands.

Marie: If you were with me in the Jeep the only thing that plays in there is the song “GirlStuff“ on CD. that way my timing is always like the recorded version of it for live performance.

Dan: A lot of Rock and Metal from the ’80s, mostly, although there are a few newer bands that I like, like Last In Line.

Anything else you would like our readers to know? 

 Dan: Yes, please visit us at and,

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