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Nick Coyle ‘Makes Waves’ with his ‘one-man band’

Nick Coyle ‘Makes Waves’ with his ‘one-man band’
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Former Lifer, Drama Club, and Stardog Champion frontman Nick Coyle is ditching the bands for a new solo album to be released on July 22.

Coyle is performing in what he has dubbed the “modern-day version of the one-man band,” playing guitars, synthesizers, and singing over drum and bass grooves to create a sound unlike anything he is previously known for. Four tracks from the album “Sound Makes Waves,” which will be released via ChoirFire/Ingrooves, are streaming below:

Over the last 15 years, the singer/songwriter has recorded and performed internationally, receiving a gold record for Lifer’s song on “The Scorpion King” soundtrack. His music has been featured on ESPN, Fox, NBC, MTV, VH1, Sirius, “Howard Stern,” and EA Sports’ “NHL” game series, according to a press release.

On July 22, Coyle will be celebrating the release of “Sound Makes Waves” with a free all-ages performance and meet and greet at the Gallery of Sound (186 Mundy St., Wilkes-Barre) at 7 p.m. Those who purchase the album will receive a voucher for free admission to the CD release party at Bart & Urby’s (119 S. Main St., Wilkes-Barre) on July 26. That show is 21+ only.

For more information, visit his website and Facebook page.