Once again I'll be doing me some singing for Art On Tap at the Jepson Center this Thursday night from 5-8 P.M. This month features Southbound Brewery, who I dig, and as always some great snacks from the Cafe. Details below. Come hang out.
Tomorrow night from 6-8 I'll be strumming my guitar and singing songs for Art on Tap at the Telfair Museum. It's happy hour time slot and all the newest exhibits of sights & sounds. Each month offers a new brewery and winery for tasting and staff available for questions. Tickets are $10 for members and $15 for non-members and include a drink ticket, light appetizers, and admission. There is also a beer and wine cash bar. I like art, beer, wine, and music, sooooooo I'm all in! See ya there I hope. http://www.telfair.org/museum-events/artontap/
20th Annual Telfair Art Fair CHANGE IN SCHEDULE!!! Tomorrow, Sunday Nov. 16 I'll be making noise resembling music for the 20th Annual Telfair Art Fair. It's a 3 day event starting on Friday and ending on Sunday. Times and info are in the link below. . I'll be playing at 2P.M. in Telfair Square. Come check it out. Hope to see some friends there!
I've teamed up with Rahoe productions for an acoustic set on Sunday Oct 20 at West End in Sanford for an event called Sunday Fundays! I'm excited to be a part of it and hope to see a bunch of people I know out there. Come support, have fun, have a drink, and listen to the music!
I've hooked up with OrlandoBands.com for a show Saturday Sept 14 at The West End Trading Co. I'll be performing a 40 minute set starting at 12:30 AM. These events are a blast and there will be a lot of good performers showcasing their skills. The show is FREE. All I ask is for you to RSVP at http://www.orlandobands.com/rsvp This is so the promoter can track who's coming out to see me. Plus you'll have a chance to win a free MP3 Player The show consists of all LOCAL artists who need support from local listeners. A special thanks to Ben Gardner at OrlandoBands.com for all his contributions to Orlando music. He is a blessing to our scene.
Sounds Like: Damien Rice, Van Morrison (Official), Bob Dylan, Rob Thomas, John Lennon
Bio: There’s no shortage of familiar concepts in the songs written by Nikko Raptoulis. Struggle, sacrifice, love, loss, growth, tension, heartbreak, humor, wit, longing, anger, all with a pinch of the rebellious and a helpful serving of vocal primal scream therapy intermingled with almost Bi-polar wor...See Full Bio
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Q: Where do you get your inspiration?
A: Inspiration comes from every angle and every scenario life has to offer. Some are more colorful than others and sometimes an idea that starts small will begin to develop into something much bigger, and sometimes you get lucky and the gods of creativity send you a nice little gift and the songs will seem to write themselves. Love, heartache, living, and singing the voices that pour from your soul are where most of mine begin.
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