Posted: June 6, 2016 | | Comments are off for this post.

Omaha: Rock City. For the better part of 3 years, Fallible has been treating Omaha, NE to a bevy of aural delights by way of hard rock. This 4-piece band is comprised of guys who are to stranger to both music and the local scene but have made it their quest to rule both.

Shawn and Tony have been in a couple bands together in the past and while they enjoyed it, it wasn’t quite a fit for them. After a coupe experiments and a few lineup changes, they finally struck gold when they brought Derek and Dan on board. Since then it’s been nothing but good times, good tunes Mario Kart on N64.

Fallible found its name in their own song lyrics. They liked the idea that we’re all human and all make mistakes, as noted in their song “Human Anyway.” Part of the band’s success may be attributed to their somewhat uncustomary approach to song writing. Most bands jam songs live to find a fit. Fallible, though, prefers to lay down tracks in a studio first then build it out from there. This unique approach seems to work for them. Musically speaking, the band says they share commonalities with bands like Silverstein, Breaking Benjamin and The Used.

Be sure to check out Fallible on Facebook for updates on upcoming shows and tours!

Current Lineup:

Derek Bird (Drums) – Is an instructor at School of Rock

Daniel Carr (Guitar, Screams) – Is a certified martial arts instructor

Shawn McAllister (Vocals, Guitar) – Handled the videography for the band’s new video

Tony Stanton (Bass) – Is a former deputy sheriff

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