Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Nick Dakota

Musik Radio Promotions


Nick Dakota

Country, Rock

United States


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B.White, P. Matthews, J. Shewmake / SESAC, BMI

Paris (Texas)
How Cool Is That

Vision embodies the best of Country music and top quality production. Each track flows into the next creating a mood and experience honoring its title. Lee Hendricks (Eric Church’s bass player), Steve Hinson (steel guitar for Randy Travis) and Troy Lancaster (Tim McGraw’s guitar player) are just a few of the talent tsunami that bring Vision to life.

The life of a musician is often fraught with unexpended highs and regrettable lows, but for Nick Dakota, “It seems every year something significant comes through for me that leads to greater and greater opportunity.” This year creating and releasing Vision is just that! The first single, ‘How Cool is That’ written by hit songwriters, L. Hengber and S. Williams promises to keep those great opportunities coming!

Preparing for his upcoming tour, Nick is working in his studio in Saugatuck, MI writing for his next album. You can check out the debut album, Vision on Spotify or Google Play.

A voice sweetened with the gentle romance of Keith Urban and anchored in the depth and strength of Toby Keith, Nick Dakota glides onto the country stage with his debut album, Vision.

At 30, this Holland, MI native is poised to take Nashville by the short and curlies. Handsome, charismatic, and talented; Nick is not your average guitar player who can sing. Playing in bands since he was 16, Nick Dakota was born to do just this. Discovered by the famous producer, Robyn Robins (of Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band) Robins believes highly in the talents of Nick and the future of his music career. So much so that he has produced this debut album with top notch heavy hitters out of Nashville. “We feel Nick has great potential. The songs, vocal delivery, and overall production are great”, quotes Robins.

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