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Yet To Fall started in 2005 in their hometown of Mount Vernon, Ohio. It all started with two members, Dave Kramer and Jim Phillips. The idea came as both played together just enjoying the love of music. Both members with a dream to eventually become an original band began to look for others to share their passion and be a perfect fit. With going through many different musicians, in 2011 they found their first fit, bassist Stacy Derrick. Stacy started playing music at the age of 11 and brings over 30 years of experience to the band. Stacy has played on many stages and has shared the stage with a couple national acts. After auditioning singers over the next year, in 2012 they found Snook Mullins. Snook has played in several bands around Ohio and brings that perfect unique sound that we were looking for. Snook's influences of rock, blues, and country have given him the passion and drive to have that unique sound of rock with a twist of soul. Over the next year we began to write original music and work on band covers. Covers include music from some of rocks greatest bands including Bobaflex, Chevelle, Papa Roach, Seether and many more. In October of 2012 we played our first show out together in Mansfield. Playing over 30 shows together in 2013 we wanted to have a little more sound that we were missing. Yet To Fall found that in guitarist Zach Rine, so in 2013 Zach began to practice with the band. Mid 2013 Zach started playing out and Yet To Fall Is now complete. Yet To fall has played many venues around Central Ohio and several large benefits. In Mid 2013 Yet To Fall received sponsorship from Jesse James Bourbon and it has made a great addition for both parties. Also in 2013 Drummer Jim Phillips received an endorsement from Powell Custom Drums.