When you think about the things you really love about music - driving
rhythm, unforgettable melodies and so on - songs are the soundtracks of
our days. Great songs that apply themselves to multiple genres of music
are rare for most, but you will find them from Nik Everett.
The Delaware based musician, composer and performer has been lighting
up stages since forming his first junior high school band. Experience was his best teacher so his unique mixture of energy and excitement with finesse and style that
comes with musical maturity is evident from the first note of his new
release, “SUMMER'S GONE”
Nik's evolved as a performer since getting his break at the esteemed
Grape Street Pub in Philadelphia, and, in his usual warm style, has
worked with a large number of aspiring performers to bring them to that
very same venue. This is what you'll hear when you listen to Nik
is Everett's fourth release and his finest work to date.
Working with the outstanding team of Scott Bricklin and Matt Muir (4
Way Street & The Ben Arnold Band), Pete Donnelly (The Figgs, Candy
Butchers & Graham Parker), Keith Moss (This Years Girl), Marc Moss (Bad
Sneakers, The Knobs, Aunt Pat & IKE) and John Green (Charlie Daniels).
“AN ARTIST THAT DISCOVERED HIS MUSICAL IDENTITY AND IS WAITING FOR THE
WORLD TO CATCH UP”
”BRIMMING WITH SONGS THAT ARE OPEN AND HONEST, LEAVING LISTENERS
FEELING LIKE THE'YD JUST READ EVERETT'S DIARY”