2019 album. Blues.
Minnesota native and NBC’s The Voice finalist, Nicholas David, is releasing his album ‘Yesterday’s Gone’. The pull of American heartland has been ever increasing in recent years, bringing this gifted, soulful pianist/singer/songwriter to the point where he can deliver, as he likes to say, “music from the heart for the heart”.
David headed to New Orleans to commence work on ‘Yesterday’s Gone’, with Samantha Fish in the producer’s chair. That week in January resulted in 13 tracks, to be trimmed to 11 for the record, and a collection of songs that displays beautifully both the heartland tug and Crescent City yearning possessing David’s musical mind, body and soul. It’s a naturally keyboard driven showcase for David’s songs, and he’s accompanied by some terrific studio contributors such as guitarists Duane Betts, and the recent Wild Heart Records artist Jonathan Long. Other musicians include Fish’s drummer Scott Graves and renowned Crescent City bassist Charlie Wooton.
David grew up studying piano and singing and listening to classical and jazz music before delving into pop songwriting as an adult. He released several independent solo albums under the name Nicholas Mrozinski, including 2008's Oak Chase Way, 2009's Together We're Stronger, and 2011's In Formation. In 2012, David was accepted onto The Voice and performed for Cee Lo Green's team. During his time on the show, David became a fan favorite for his emotional, soul-inflected style and his image as a caring father to his young son.
Hole In The Bottom / Heavy Heart / With Or Without / I’m Interested / Peel Back The Leaves / Curious / Okay / Let U Go / Times Turning / Stars / Little By Little