Artist: Nick Rosen

Album: Step Into The Light

Release Date: 2015-02-03

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On “Step Into The Light”, Nick Rosen's debut album, rich colors mix with driving rhythms to create a sound that is both unique and appealing. Virtuoso musicians grace the album including Terreon Gully (Dianne Reeves, Stefon Harris, Christian McBride), Saunders Sermons (Maxwell, Tedeschi Trucks Band), Joel Powell (Musiq Soulchild, India Arie) and the great Oteil Burbridge.

As incredible as the playing is, the true beauty of the album comes from the honesty with which it’s performed. While much modern music is dedicated to technical proficiency on one hand or mass appeal on the other, Nick walks a fine line between both, able to reach any listener of any background.

about the artist

Soulful... When you listen to Nick Rosen play, that is the one word that comes to mind. Though he is a technical virtuoso on his instrument and capable of playing in all styles, Nick’s soulful expression is what leaves you captivated. Born and raised in Miami, Nick’s calling for music began at a young age when he began plucking tunes out at the piano. Fast forward a couple decades and Nick has become one of the most sought after musicians in the southeast, traveling and performing all over the country and all over the world. Nick has performed or recorded with a plethora of legendary artists including Jennifer Holliday, Dionne Farris, Roy Ayers, Tony Momrelle, Curtis Fuller, Russell Gunn, Grant Green Jr., Colonel Bruce Hampton, Donnie and many more. On “Step Into The Light”, his debut album, rich colors mix with driving rhythms to create a sound that is both unique and appealing. Virtuoso musicians grace the album including Terreon Gully (Dianne Reeves, Stefon Harris, Christian McBride), Saunders Sermons (Maxwell, Tedeschi Trucks Band), Joel Powell (Musiq Soulchild, India Aire) and the great Oteil Burbridge. As incredible as the playing is, the true beauty of the album comes from the honesty with which it’s performed. While much modern music is dedicated to technical proficiency on one hand or mass appeal on the other, Nick walks a fine line between both, able to reach any listener of any background.