Nick Africano

Nick Africano

-“ sound[s] like the unholy lovechild of Bob Dylan and Jeff Tweedy… [he] has a classic, old-fashioned feel, effortlessly full of the blues, eminently hummable.” -The Mac Weekly

“I sing a song to save my life,” writes Africano in the ending line of his song, “Cap and Bells,” suggesting at once a mature self-awareness and sincerity, and a kind of necessary dedication to his art. His music expresses a search for authenticity, both patient and impatient. He grew up in Bloomington/Normal, IL. Africano now lives in Minneapolis, having recently... more