Jonathan Nicholson (Genre: Instrumental Acoustic Guitar)
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Visit Official Site: Jonathan Nicholson has become known as an instrumentalist whose music is introspective and soothing, yet evocative in it’s colorful imagery. A mostly-self taught guitarist, who started learning in his teens, he was influenced by the subtle moods of bands like the Cure to the sheer beauty of the piano works of David Lanz and George Winston. After a stint on the electric guitar he returned to his initial love of the acoustic guitar incorporating the sounds of other instruments like the piano, harp and more into his now very signature style.
Jonathan has performed regularly throughout the west coast in venues ranging from cafes and wineries to concert halls. His music fits the mood in settings that demand the utmost attention of the attendee to more subtle environments where he easily provides background ambiance in the form of mood music. Jonathan’s music has been sold in 7 countries and has been featured in indie documentaries, relaxation videos and other media.
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