When Roxx Revolt started singing at the age of 6 in her local choir in Venezuela, it was forever. She began playing piano and writing her own music, and by the age of 14 she was in her first band. But, in order to really share her music with the world, she knew she had to go bigger. To make it in music, she had to make it in the United States; In 2014, she moved to Florida to pursue that dream.
Starting at open mic nights, she soon became a hot commodity in the local scene. Taking inspiration from a wide range of artists like Jim Morrison, Courtney Love, Marc Bolan and Prince, Roxx began to craft herself as an up-and-coming solo artist. But, after meeting Dan Heath, Roxx Revolt and the Velvets began to form. After adding Jake and Chris, RR&TV was complete and ready to rock.
It’s not just the looks that make Roxx stand out against the crowds; it’s just who she is. She’s fiery, glamorous and unapologetically authentic. To her, it’s important to not just portray a rockstar and musician, but to truly be one. And from her power-driven vocals and captivating presence to her uniquely individual style, it’s clear that she truly is.