About the Band
The Isabel Bailey Band is a live instrument group from the Crozet/Charlottesville area in Virginia that plays a diverse mix of Folk/Americana, Pop, Country, and Rock music.
Isabel Bailey, born and raised in the Charlottesville countryside, is a regionally touring singer-songwriter. She has been performing and writing for most of her life, starting with busking on the Downtown Mall and moving on to venues such as Starr Hill, Crosskeys Vineyard, Fellini's, and opening for other local bands. Her influences, among others, are Bob Dylan and The Indigo Girls. Having been raised in such a musical environment, Isabel formed a band with her father Bill Bailey, who primarily plays bass and banjo, Jim Richardson, who plays lead guitar, and Sebastian Crescimanno, who plays drums.
Since July 2017 the band has been steadily playing gigs both locally and in neighboring areas. Continue to follow their story along the way as they make a name for themselves.
Belmont Class of 2022
Below, Isabel is pictured during the recording of her application video to Belmont University's music program. Since then, she has been accepted under the songwriting major and continues her studies there in Nashville.