We are excited to post that Nick Howard is working diligently in studio this month with producer Marshall Altman (Matt Nathanson, Natasha Bedingfield, Adema).
We are looking forward to being able to provide you with more information and details on the project and tracks in the near future. For now, though, you can keep abreast of what is happening in the studio first hand by logging on to Nick’s Tumblr Blog and by following him on Twitter.
Nick Howard’s Official Myspace
Don’t forget, while Nick is in the studio we will be hooked-up so that you can receive a FREE copy of Nick’s song A Better Man by following the link from our official website www.914music.com.
This July 3rd Nick Howard will be making his second appearance at the world’s largest music festival, Summerfest, in Wisconsin. Last year Nick performed for thousands of fans and festival goers with friends Green River Ordinance and Gavin DeGraw. This year, however, Nick will appear with Counting Crows.
Similar to last year, Nick will be featured on the Harley-Davidson Roadhouse stage with a start time of 6PM.
Check out Chris Jisi’s interview of Eric Mingus for Bass Player Magazine now available in electronic format here.
Be sure to follow up the read by checking out Eric’s Official Site and Official Myspace Profile.
Keep checking back here as dates are subject to change…we may also be expanding the tour throughout the coming weeks!
Check out the trailer for “Sweet Science,” the highly anticipated documentary scored by our own, Eric Mingus. The film will premier at The Dallas International Film Festival on Monday April 12th with a follow-up screening on Thursday April 15th at the Angelika Theater. Tickets are on sale now; log on to the film’s official Facebook Page for more info.
Keep up with the latest news, press, and best of all, videos from Nick Howard‘s tour around the EU and UK. We have been enthusiastically trying to keep everyone up to date on the tour and share all of Nick’s wonderful experiences, the fans he has met, and all the juicy and inside information about his travels and performances with Boyce Avenue this March.
However, the best way to keep up with all the wonderful updates is to check out Nick’s tour blog. As The Portal to all things Nick Howard while on the road, Nick’s blog is updated daily with pictures, videos, and thoughts from the artist himself. If you have not already, check out the blog!
After you have had a chance to check out the blog, head over to the iTunes store and download your free copy of the Nick Howard iPhone Application (for iPhone & iTouch).
For back to back dates this week (February 18th & February 19th) Eric Mingus will be a featured vocalist and bassist for the widely anticipated “Hal Wilner’s Neil Young Project” which will be performed at the Cultural Olympiad as a part of the 2010 Winter Olympics. These two performances will only mark the project’s second performance for the public; Eric Mingus is one of a just a handful of talented performers who have been invited back to make an appearance in the production’s newest manifestation after being featured in the show’s first run some years ago.
Not to be confused or considered an actual ‘tribute,’ these performers pay homage not so much to Neil Young the man, but rather, to his expanded catalog of penned compositions. The crew at the Olympiad, under the direction of Hal Wilner, will look to expose new audiences to various tunes written by Young that may have been missed by the general public, and also, make some of those more familiar tunes performed by Neil Young regularly take new form and shape.
Eric is overjoyed to be a part of these wonderful events.
You can follow Eric’s experience at this year’s Olympics by joining him on Facebook and following him on Twitter.