Americana and surf-folk served at Nobbys and Palm Beach bars

Nick Saxon is a talented creative. Host of a travel documentary show on the National Geographic Channel that’s just clocked over its fifth year, he’s also a singer/songwriter who’s notched up more than a million Spotify streams.

Nick’s new EP ‘Lady Wanderlust’ has been picked up across radio and TV in Australia and abroad and his song ‘Fire & Foe’ has been picked up as the theme song for ‘The Walking Dead’ a chart-topping series in the USA. When he toured his EP earlier, he did so to rapturous crowds through Australia and New Zealand and now he has a new single ‘Anchor’ under his belt, he’s ready to do it again.

Nick will hit the Cambus Wallace on 18 February as part of a ten-day acoustic tour that takes him through NSW, Victoria, NSW and WA as well as the Gold Coast.

And Nick’s not the only accomplished guitar-slinger to stop in at the Gold Coast this month. The Scottish Prince – just down the road at Palm Beach hosts Jemma Nicole (4 February) and James Van Cooper (11 February).

Jemma Nicole is a notorious femme fatale tunesmith acknowledged  by The Americana Music Festival with her most recent record receiving three stars in Rolling Stone Magazine.

James Van Cooper’s life has taken some wrong turns with those misshapen roads proving fertile ground for story telling and he’ll unleash some of that past darkness to tell tales of misfortune and redemption when he passes through town. James has recently returned from touring Europe with Australian alt-Americana legend Bill Chambers and is currently supporting local blues-booie bad boy Lloyd Spiegel as well.

And if that’s not enough to tempt you, then you probably need to go read a different magazine.

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4 February – Jemma Nicole (The Scottish Prince)

11 February – James Van Cooper (The Scottish Prince)

18 February – Nick Saxon (The Cambus Wallace)

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