About Nick Colionne
BET Jazz has described Nick Colionne as one of the most exceptional performers to come along in a long time. Long known for his dynamic, musically eclectic “live” performances, Nick’s show includes a unique combination of jazz, funk, R&B, blues and soul. Nick is frequently referred to as “the best dressed man in jazz”.
The Chicago native learned to play guitar at 9 from his stepfather, and was a touring pro by 15 where he honed his skills playing with R&B legends the Staples Singers, Curtis Mayfield, The Impressions, Natalie Cole and more. He worked with numerous successful groups before deciding to step out front and center and hasn’t looked back since.
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