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Nelsen Adelard

Nelsen Adelard

Blues Clearwater, FL  US
I Need Tonight With You
I Need Tonight With You
Boogie On Down The Road
Boogie On Down The Road
Boogie Woogie Blue
Boogie Woogie Blue
Mon Cheri
Mon Cheri

Discography

  • Voodoucover
    Voodou By You Released on Mar 15, 2015
  • Sxsw cover
    South By Southwest Released on Jan 1, 2008
  • Unplugged cover
    Nelsen Adelard Unplugged Released on Jan 1, 2006

Videos

One More Mile

Shows

  • 2013

    Jun 20

    Dunedin, FL, US | 6:00pm

    Great food, Great Blues

Photos

  • Blues Got A Hold On Me
  • Jack of All Trades

Members

Mick Donner

Bass, Background Vocals

About

Sounds Like: Pinetop Perkins, BB King, Johnny Winter

Label: Blue Track Records

Manager: North Star Media

Bio: Nelsen shared the stage and opened for blues greats such as Muddy Waters, James Cotton and Matt Guitar Murphy.
A true “Blues Journeyman” Nelsen’s a world class vocalist and a multi-instrumentalist playing guitar, piano and harmonica. He has over 50 original songs published. His songs have appear...See Full Bio

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Status

Twitter_icon_for_status: Playing a show in Dunedin, FL at 7:00 PM today at The Salty Dawg http://t.co/VjxtuxG2Tj

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Q: Which instrument do you prefer; harmonica, piano or guitar; or do you prefer to sing?

A: I'll be honest, first and foremost I'm a singer, but I like to express myself through different instruments. Harp is almost like singing because you use a lot of air and you shape your mouth and tongue in different ways so it's very similar. I get bored just playing one instrument all night so the live shows I usually start with guitar and then move to piano for a different feel. I always end my shows with harp because it's the most dynamic instrument and most folks come out to see me play the harp, so I tease them a little with the other instruments first. Makes for a more interesting night. :)

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Sun Jun 21 2015

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  • Video Plays 3
  • Total Fans 614
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