Nick Tann

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Performing is where I come alive but the donkey work that leads up to the gig takes time and effort. You can join me through the musical journey, from the start of the writing process, rehearsals, recording and finally the performance.
We will have some fun along the way as this is just the tip of the iceberg!

The different “Tiers” give you access to various Patreon exclusive material.
the “Work in Progress” downloads give you a glimpse into the life of a song from it’s very first demo recording. These tracks are very raw and gives an insight into my writing process.

I try and record everything! Everything from various band rehearsals, odd tracks recorded in odd locations to full gigs at venues and festivals. With my trusty little handheld Zoom recorder I save all these under the title of “Field Recordings”.

My guilty pleasure is playing songs from my favourite artists. Although I never play “cover versions” at any of my performances I have recorded some Patreon exclusive tracks both audio and video.

I will also be adding an assortment of Patreon exclusive videos from shows and rehearsals as well as from my studio.

What is Patreon?

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Patreon is a platform that enables you to help support what I do and join me on my musical journey. It will  give you access to exclusive material that I will be constantly adding. It is a “tiered” system meaning that the more you pay each month, he more exclusive content you get. It’s an American based site so all the monthly donations are in dollars the lowest being $2 a month and rising after that.

There will be new recordings for you to download, exclusive pictures and videos and that nice warm glow of satisfaction you get when you do something nice!





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Upcoming gigs

July 6, 2019

Bass Gig – Red Stripe – Hungerford Summer Festival

11 Days
5 Hours
25 Minutes

July 15, 2019

Chaplins – Boscombe

21 Days
1 Hours
25 Minutes

July 27, 2019

Legacy Festival – Eastleigh

32 Days
22 Hours
25 Minutes