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“
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Posted on June 2, 2020
The COVID-19 Pandemic has derailed the music business causing destructive soundwaves Ripling out and destroying years of music workers livelihoods.
Nick has voiced his concern on the ensuing Pandemic and the long-standing effects it will have on the live music business and his friends within it. “ the Pandemic has ground the U.K.’s multi million pound music business to a halt, causing catastrophic knock on affect to everyone associated within the industry. Not only affecting artists but record labels, independent recording companies, freelancers, venues, festivals and agents. This year could change the face of the music industry for ever”
Nick Elliott Rock Art photographer
Thousands of festivals and tours have been cancelled or postponed leaving creatives and their fans feeling uncertainty for the future. The music and entertainment industry relies on their heavily freelance creative workforce. The loss of their income, usually for completed work only, may force many creatives out of the industry forever. Many talented people could find themselves redeployed into vocations that do not represent their talents, which will be a total loss for the UK’s music industry.
“ I’m particularly worried about the new aspiring musical acts who rely on live music festivals and tours to showcase their talents and get a footing on the music ladder many talented artists may go undiscovered“
The rise of music streaming, virtual live shows, podcasts and FB streaming is encouraging and many have found innovative ways to keep the music live and to keep fans listening.
Nick Elliott Rock Art Photographer
“ I think that once we come out of the other side of this, the music industry will experience a boom. If artists and their associated workers can survive this brief period of hardship there is a potential for the music industry to begin to thrive again as fans flock back to the music scene.
Life without music is like a life without love“
Nick Elliott Rock Photographer
Posted on May 14, 2020
Dead Reynolds were one of the new up-and-coming Inspiring acts playing at the Dukes Head Ballroom, Kings Lynn’s Marketplace on Saturday the 22nd February.
Nick could not resist the invitation to pop along to meet up with the guys and peruse the new talent. Callum (Lead Vocals), Ben (Bass Guitar), Dom (Lead Guitar), Luke (Rhythm Guitar), and the band’s drummer Luke, collectively known as Dead Reynolds have been together for just two years, but the chemistry and the talent that Oozes from their performance is indisputable.
The event hosted by Triston Finnis Owner of Twisted Melon Promotions, showcased 10 new musical acts that wowed the audience.
Although this years Kings Lynn festival Too has been unfortunately postponed, next years event will be better than ever. The festival also promoted by Twisted Melon Promotions, will feature a ‘Battle of the Bands’ event and our very own Nick has been invited onto the judging panel. Hopefully Dead Reynolds will find time in their busy schedule to give the crowd a musical treat as they did last year.
If you can’t wait that long, catch the new single ‘Line’s’ on YouTube.
Triston’s five-star alternative and new music radio show can be heard weekly, belting out some superb tunes on KLFM Loaded with Triston on 96.7fm.
Posted on June 17, 2015
13 individual rock images
Exhibited at an incredible 8 meters high
A world first!
To celebrate the launch of Nick’s Size Matters exhibition and the success of its inaugural show a Pageant of Power at Cholmondeley Castle, all 13 images in this collection are being made available as fine art prints.
The prints are strictly limited to only 25 worldwide and will be produced at size A3, numbered and signed by Nick, for a special price of £130 (usual price: £580).
The offer is for 13 weeks only and ends midnight, 13th September 2015.
So, pop over to Nick Elliott Store to secure an early number.
Posted on June 16, 2015
Nick’s stunning art exhibition of 13 images measuring a massive eight meters high has made its first public appearance to create what is believed to be the largest outside art exhibition ever.
Size Matters featured some of the world’s most famous musicians and was reproduced by leading digital printers, Structure-flex Limited, as individual free-standing exhibits which were unveiled to an audience of 65,000 at Cholmondeley Pageant of Power last weekend.
Posted on June 7, 2015
It’s less than a week until Nick’s Size Matters show makes its debut in front of 65,000 people at Pageant of Power (CPOP) at Cholmondeley Castle, Cheshire, and the presses are rolling!
With 13 of Nick’s stunning images produced as eight meters high individual freestanding exhibits, Size Matters is set to be largest ever outside art exhibition of its kind.
Nick Elliott explained: “I wanted to produce something on an enormous scale that would re-create the experience I had when I shot the image. Read More
Posted on May 13, 2015
Nick is rocking the art world with an exhibition that is believed to be the largest of its kind. Entitled Size Matters, 13 images of some of the world’s most famous musicians will be reproduced as exhibits each measuring 8 meters high by 5 meters wide.
Each massive piece of art will be framed with a metal structure to create individual free-standing exhibits and amongst the musicians included in the exhibition are: Beverley Knight, Motörhead’s Lemmy, The Darkness’ Justin Hawkins, Simple Minds’ Jim Kerr, Europe’s Joey Tempest and Skunk Anansie’s Skin.
Posted on October 20, 2014
The summer has been remarkably busy for Nick with the festival season, private shoots, media appearances and the planning of new projects.
One of the more unusual events Nick was involved in was Voewood Festival, one of the UK’s top literary and arts.
Nick was involved in a very exciting project around the music element of the festival and we’ll be bringing you news about that one soon.
In the meantime, take a look at some of Nick’s images from the event in his gallery.
Posted on October 17, 2014
Avid readers of Nick’s news room may already know that Nick has been involved with the Cambridge Folk Festival since 2000, working at the festival with various clients and also using it as the subject for his debut book: TEN-A Decade In Images.
This year, the legendary festival reached 50 fabulous years and Nick was once again on site to participate in the celebrations and photographically record the occasion.
Posted on July 18, 2014
Flood Aid, a concert to raise cash to help the victims of the December 5 tidal surge in Boston, Lincolnshire, has been planned for later this month and Nick has volunteered to provide his photographic services free of charge.
The Flood Aid team has worked closely with the local council since January to organise the event and will showcase a number of local bands who will get the opportunity to perform on an ex-Radio One stage.
Nick explained why he wanted to be involved: