Archive for June, 2009

Features

Posted: Jun 29, 2009

Hi Everyone,
I’ve gotten some great attention online and I wanted to share it with you.

  1. My song “Movin Higher” was added to this episode of the Driving Socrates podcast
  2. The Boise and Beyond Podcast did a special spotlight of my songs.
  3. Had an awesome time interviewing with The Mothpod
  4. And my album was reviewed on Wildy’s World

Please take a minute to check these out, leave some comments, and support the podcasters and bloggers!
Thanks,
Nick


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Download “Something More” FREE courtesy of Windows and ReverbNation

Posted: Jun 25, 2009
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Starting today, you can discover and download songs from Nick Daugherty and other new artists across all genres totally free courtesy of Windows.

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New show announced in West Hollywood, CA at Viper Room on July 30, 2009

Posted: Jun 22, 2009

Nick Daugherty has recently added the following shows.

July 30, 2009 – West Hollywood, CA – Viper Room
Address: 8852 Sunset Blvd – Map
Time : 8:00 PM
21+

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New show announced in Los Angeles, CA at Genghis Cohen on September 8, 2009

Posted: Jun 22, 2009

Nick Daugherty has recently added the following shows.

September 8, 2009 – Los Angeles, CA – Genghis Cohen
Address: 740 N Fairfax Ave – Map
Time : 8:45 PM
21+

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New show announced in Sherman Oaks, CA at Cafe Cordiale on August 19, 2009

Posted: Jun 21, 2009

Nick Daugherty has recently added the following shows.

August 19, 2009 – Sherman Oaks, CA – Cafe Cordiale
Address: 14015 Ventura Blvd – Map
Time : 9:00 PM
All Ages

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Now the REAL work begins?

Posted: Jun 12, 2009

hard-at-work

Last week, after my show in Sherman Oaks, CA, a fellow musician I know and respect came up to say hi and casually dropped a bomb on me.  He said something that made me go… “Huh?”… And now I can’t seem to get his sentence out of my head.

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Movin’ Higher Review on Mossip

Posted: Jun 3, 2009

by Andrea Guy, writing for Mossip | Original article

Nick Daugherty has a pleasing voice so its no surprise that he was chosen to be one of the “Top 100 Unsigned Artists” by Music Connection. His songwriting is uplifting and fun. Perhaps the only downer about the guy is that he’s almost interchangeable with artists like Gavin Degraw, Jason Mraz and John Mayer. That doesn’t matter because Nick’s debut Movin’ Higher is so good, you’ll keep playing it until the disc is worn out.

You’ll cheer him on as he tries to muster up the courage to speak to the girl of his dreams in “Out Of My League.” And you nod in agreement as he calls off on “Sick Day,” which is one song that just about everyone except maybe Paris Hilton can identify with. It is the every man style of his songwriting that makes Nick’s songs stand out from his peers. Perhaps it’s the 14 years of guitar experience he has and the 8 years writing songs, but whatever it is, Nick’s songs have a certain appeal, because they are open and honest and sometimes even painful.

Nick paints a picture with each song, especially Jaime. You don’t need a video to accompany the song to picture a loving relationship unfolding. The lyrics do that for you. Just as you can feel and see his heartbreak as he sings “Giving You Up” a song about the painful breakup of a not only a lover but also another friend. I Won’t Stand For Watching You Fall Down a song about an attempted suicide will break your heart as you listen.

There’s no glitz or gimmicks to Movin’ Higher, its just great songwriting and a voice that seems familiar and that’s what will draw people in. You’ll listen to one song and say, isn’t that….and with a shake of the head of someone else, you’ll ask…well then isn’t it? Until someone finally says “That’s Nick Daugherty.” and you scramble off to find Movin’ Higher because you’ll want to hear more and more of his unforgettable and so true to life lyrics.

Its not often that an album can really touch a part of you so completely, but this one does. Nick writes about life and love in a way that so few can, and he does it beautifully so that you savor each moment of the music hes sharing with us. You go through the ups and downs and all those moments in between on Movin’ Higher and you’ll love every minute of it.

If you try one new artist this year, let it be Nick Daugherty. He may not have a new sound but the music he’s giving us is too wonderful to be passed over.

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