Posted on July 6, 2020
If you are missing your live music daily dose you can tune into Nick Elliott’s ‘Sound and Nicks Vision’ at Southside Broadcasting and listen to all 55 podcasts. Containing scintillating conversation and superb tunes, take a listen and give yourself an audio treat.
Nick‘s new radio show, ‘A night in with Nick Elliott’ has regrettably been briefly rescheduled due to the difficulties of this year. The new launch date will be in the Autumn. Nick is working hard at Elliottstudios collaborating and producing the show to be aired via podcast.
Another new radio show, with a solo Nick at the helm, he is due to be launched mid 2020. ‘Country rock with Nick Elliott’ will be broadcast on CMR Nashville Radiio Station, owned by Lee Williams and can be heard worldwide, stretching over 68 countries. Keep tuned for further details.
“ Country Rock radio is a diversion from my usual music genre but I’m looking forward to bringing my own unique style of classic rock to country rock radio. I’m a big fan of the USA particular Nashville and its musical heritage. it’s great to be back in Nashville“
Nick Elliott rock art photographer
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Posted on October 26, 2019
Earl Slick and the founder member of the Sex Pistols, Glen Matlock throughout the summer have been playing to packed venues across the UK as they continue their tour together.
Nick caught up with them towards the end of May at the Waterfront in Norwich picking it up halfway through the tour. Not one more punter could be squeezed into the venue. And The Philistine‘s performed effortlessly to a cheering crowd.
Nick was invited by Earl to do what he does best and shot the whole show, these images will be released sometime next year in a very special picture book project that the two have been working on for the past four years.
Some well known faces in the crowd included Dave Donley and the wonderful Jess Smith, who was Earls guitar tech on the night.
Nick in action at The Waterfront Norwich.
“It’s always a pleasure to catch up with friends that are such iconic legends in the music business. They have had such a massive impact on mine and other peoples lives over so many years.
Nick Elliott Rock Art Photographer..
Nick and Slick do a little catching up…
Posted on October 20, 2019
Nick’s long-standing project with Earl Slick is nearing its completion. For the last four years Nick has been shooting Earl for a fine art book containing candid and performance shots of this music legend.
Earl, David Bowie‘s lead guitarist who toured with him for several years, takes the opportunity to hook up with Nick when he’s over from the USA, to continue the project.
Nick’s fine art photographic book will be released early next year in conjunction with Earl’s autobiography published by Penguin, depicting his work with the musical heavyweights such as John Lennon and the New York dolls.
“ Throughout the time of working with this Legendury artist we have become very close friends and I consider this an absolute pleasure and honour to have had this opportunity to work with this great player“
Nick Elliott rock art photographer…
Posted on September 11, 2015
Posted on October 17, 2014
Nick has never made any secret of the fact that his favourite artist of all time is the rock blues guitarist, Rory Gallagher.
Earlier this week he was invited by The Ambassador of Ireland to a celebration of the 40th anniversary of Rory’s legendary Irish Tour ’74.
Held at the Embassy of Ireland, the celebrations attracted many famous faces including lots of Nick’s musician friends, one of which was the Whitesnake’s Bernie Marsden, who has toured a tribute to Rory with his original band and playing Rory’s guitars.
And talking of guitars…Rory’s legendary Strat also made an appearance!
Posted on October 9, 2014
Keeping up with recent developments in technology, Nick’s website has been redesigned with brand new features and interactive capabilities for viewing on all modern-day devices.
An online store continues to offer visitors the chance to purchase fine art prints, books and bespoke furniture and, of course, there is a link back to the press office so clients can all keep up to date with the news.
Take a look and immerse yourself in Nick’s excellent work.
Posted on March 7, 2014
Over the last few months, negotiations with specialist rock art publisher, Off Beat Lounge, have been underway to publish a collection of Nick’s images as limited edition fine art.
We’re delighted to announce that a deal has now been reached and a collection of Nick’s images will shortly be released as fine art and also as unique table top collectables.
More news will follow as it happens but, in the meantime, here is the press release from Off Beat Lounge to explain it all:
Posted on February 6, 2014
Like Nick pushing the boundaries in the world of rock photography, his studio team has been working hard to reflect this in a brand new website to take him into a new era.
An exciting new addition is the inclusion of a store offering visitors the chance to purchase fine art prints, books and collections online.
Take a look around and tell us what you think!
Posted on February 6, 2013
We have a bit of a treat for you in the making.
We’re launching a series of new videos entitled The Collections, which showcase a selection of Nick’s wonderful images against a backdrop of original music courtesy of some specially invited artists.
The first previews a collection of images from Nick’s debut book, TEN – A Decade In Images, featuring artists from the last decade of the Cambridge Folk Festival.
Posted on July 22, 2012
Continuing our TEN-A Decade In Images week in the run up to the Cambridge Folk Festival, here is what the fabulous ex-Pulp member, Richard Hawley, has to say about it:
“Proof that I do set up my own equipment! I like this picture – when all the bullshits done with, it’s good to be shown for what I am; a guitarist first and foremost. It was a real privilege to be asked to appear at Cambridge; it has a great history so it’s lovely to be a small part of that. And the audience were amazing – it was a special day for me.” Richard Hawley