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Posted: August 28, 2012
Tiger Army frontman Nick 13 released his self-titled debut solo album of Americana-tinged tunes just over a year ago, and now the second music video is available.
Watch the clip for “Carry My Body Down” below.
Posted: July 25, 2012
Appearing on Yahoo! Music’s RAM Country series, Tiger Army frontman Nick 13 performed “Nashville Winter” on an abandoned train track in the California sun.
Check out Nick 13′s Americana-tinged song in the video below.
For more information, visit Nick 13′s official website.
Posted: February 15, 2012
During a recent trip to Amoeba Music in Hollywood, Nick 13 offered a lesson in country, hilbilly, ballads and more during a recent trip when the independent music store caught up with him for its “What’s In My Bag?” feature.
Check out what Nick 13′s listening to:
The Tiger Army lead singer released his Americana solo album in 2011, which you can pick up at his official website.
Posted: December 23, 2011
Nick 13 unveiled the first music video off his eponymous debut solo album this week.
Released on Sugar Hill Records, Nick 13 is a solid Americana effort with tales of roadtrips and heartbreak.
In “All Alone,” Nick 13 sings from a vintage TV in a house full of knick-knacks, adding to that Americana spirit.
Watch the video below:
For more information and to pick up your copy of Nick 13, visit his official website.
Posted: November 16, 2011
Nick 13, founder of the band Tiger Army, released his self-titled debut album for Sugar Hill Records this summer.
The offering is billed as pure Americana/country that fans would recognize in Tiger Army songs like “Outlaw Heart.” But in a recent interview with Alternative Press, Nick 13 said there is also a different feel on his solo effort.
“The first person to give me the idea of a primary songwriter making a solo record was Paul Fenech of the Meteors,” he said. ”I always thought there was something cool about that: You write all the songs for the band, and there’s a certain sound people expect. But while Tiger Army has always tested those kinds of boundaries, there are certain things that relate to heaviness and aggression that aren’t part of my solo project, at all. I wouldn’t want a Tiger Army fan to pick up this record and expect what [he or she is] accustomed to.”
Co-produced by Greg Leisz (Wilco, Lucinda Williams) and James Intveld and mixed by Jim Scott (Tom Petty, The Rolling Stones, Wilco), it features contributions from players like Nashville legend Lloyd Green, Josh Grange (Dwight Yoakam, k.d. lang, Dixie Chicks), Mitch Marine (Dwight Yoakam), Sara Watkins (Nickel Creek) and Eddie Perez (Dwight Yoakam, The Mavericks).
Nick 13 has spent much of the year touring in support of the album, such as this performance from last summer: