One of the busiest and most in demand performers in contemporary jazz re-emerges. You'll feel the temperature rising with the release of red hot guitarist/vocalist Nick Colionne's latest offering and first for Trippin 'N' Rhythm Records entitled Feel The Heat, containing all of the elements that have come to make Nick's stage performances so dynamic and in demand - funky R&B infused jazz, blues, smooth vocals and his sense of humor.
Feel his trademark funk/groove guitar stylings on the tracks 'Some Funky' and 'The Windy Dance' the kind of movin' tunes that get Nick's audiences on their feet and groovin' to the beat. Nick backs off the throttle a bit showing his soulful, sultry side with the ballads 'Let's Spend Some Time' and 'Midnight And You' highlighted by Nick's signature smooth baritone vocals and adds a heaping helping of the blues as only he can do on 'Can't Let Go.'
No one-size-fits-all here as Feel The Heat reflects the multiplicity of different styles and flavors that have come to define this feel good artist with a natural flair and charisma that has endeared him to multitudes worldwide.
- 1. Some Funky
- 2. The Windy Dance
- 3. Let's Spend Some Time
- 4. The Connection
- 5. There It Is
- 6. Midnight And You
- 7. It's Gonna Be Alright
- 8. Wessin'
- 9. Can't Let Go
- 10. Po' House
Sep 19Chicago, IL, US Brian Culbertson's Chicago Jazz Getaway 2019
Sep 21Mableton, GA, US Jonathan Butler, Kirk Whalum, Eric Darius, and Nick Colionne at Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre
Oct 04San Antonio, TX, US Steve Cole, Jeff Kashiwa, Jonathan Butler, Eric Darius, and 3 more… at Charline McCombs Empire Theatre
Oct 04Memphis, TN, US Euge Groove with Nick Colionne at Minglewood Hall
Nov 15San Antonio, TX, US Nick Colionne and Paul Taylor at Charline McCombs Empire Theatre
Dec 28Denver, CO, US Nick Colionne at Soiled Dove Underground