Beau Bailey


Born and raised in Monroe, Louisiana, Beau Bailey has been writing songs about his way of living since he was 15 years old. This boy from the bayou grew up spending his time in a duck blind in the flooded timber of Richland parish, on an oxbow lake off the Mississippi River fishing for white perch, and behind the plate on a baseball diamond. After a shoulder injury, he picked up a guitar and started writing songs. In 2017, while attending Louisiana State University, he started a pop-rock band with some of his best friends called “The Revelries." By January 2020, the group had moved to Nashville, TN, and signed a major label record deal with Universal Music Group. The Revelries released a full-length album under the label, but the band eventually dissolved. Bailey then dialed in solely on his passion for songwriting, writing daily in Nashville with fellow writers and artists. His dedication to clever lyric and memorable melody has led him to several major label artist collaborations and cuts, including Mary Jo Young, Lecade, Graham Barham, etc. with more in the pipeline. Bailey continues to dig into his craft as he finds new collaborators in some of Nashville’s biggest songwriters. In 2023, Bailey signed a publishing deal with Ashley Gorley’s Tape Room Music and has a promising career ahead of him.