Welcome to the mobile version of my website, I made this just for you!
My site is best viewed using a tablet, laptop or desktop if you still have one of those. I spent weeks adding music, videos and all those things
us music types love to share and it looks great on a big screen.
Still here you are, possibly at a gig having a peek at what else I've got.
For starters you can listen to my music on Spotify
I send out a regular newsletter to people who subscribe to it.
If you REALLY love what I do then you can click here and subscribe to it now, whilst you'r possibly waiting or watching me perform.
I love Twitter, rarely tweet about my music, sometimes I do though. You can find me @Nick_Tann
Hope you enjoy my show if you are at one reading this. If you're not at a show then I hope your curiosity is satisfied. You can use the menu at the top of this page and navigate the rest of my site. It doesn't look that good on a phone, you are best of on something with a bigger screen. There are videos, a biography and some other bits and pieces that you might find interesting. Feel free to send me a message using the contact form at the bottom of the page. You could tell me what bought you here. that would be interesting. Cheers..
Reviews of gigs played and general stuff about me and my music
I bloody love the Railway. I’m not sure if it’s that it feels like a “proper music venue” or that Jay the sound guy always makes me sound amazing, or
The first gig of the year for the band and sadly the last one until SEPTEMBER! I generally dislike gigs where I have to sell tickets. Despite having lived
A cold winters night and I am in an unfamiliar town, Frome in darkest (and it it is dark, very) Somerset. This is one of those gigs I booked much
If this is your first time reading one of my gig reports, hi, how are you? Why has it taken you so long, I’ve been here ages. Yes, I understand
Back at The Troubadour again, because they asked me. Well, I did chase them up the week before but it still counts! Ian (The Troubadour) had me down as the
Playing festivals can often be a double edged sword when it comes to audiences and this years Music in the City was no exception. I’ve been playing this festival before