Nicholas Wells

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I have just found another favorite artist, Nicholas Wells. He is out of New York and has released an EP Somewhere Down the Road in 2008 and the album Something to Believe In in 2010. He is set to release his new album Stumble Forward in October.

In addition to his records, he has had two songs of his featured in the 2012 movie Morgan and also wrote the song “Eat Me” that was performed by Dante Palminteri in Sharknado 2 and “This Christmas It’s You And Me”, performed by Nicholas and Joe Scarborough on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” Not a bad resume for a 27 year old!

The above video is of one of the songs off the new album, of the songs I have heard so far from the new album, I have really enjoyed and the whole album should be a good one. I will be featuring one of the songs off the new album Sunday on Front Range Radio which can be heard Sunday at 9pm ET on KCMJ

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Muses from the front range of the Rocky Mountains

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2 comments on “Nicholas Wells
  1. kirsten says:

    I think he might be another of my favorites too! He’s got a great voice and I really liked the lyrics to this song! Thanks for sharing it with us

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