Music is a well-worn passion for Nigel Walsh. After studying piano for almost two decades, he began composing songs on guitar in 2009. Thanks to his knack for writing infectious, compelling songs that connect with audiences on the very first listen, his performances have drawn considerable attention in his home state of California, from headlining the Big Horn Music Festival, to the stages of The House of Blues and The Mint.
A songwriter of instinct, Nigel has flair for writing catchy tunes that leave the listener moved by the depth of raw emotion on display. Although his roots are firmly placed in blues and classic rock, he draws inspiration from many different lyrical and musical influences. Chief among them is Bob Dylan. It is this versatility, paired with expert musicianship and raw vocal power, that keeps the audience engaged.
In the last few years, Nigel has crafted more than 100 songs, and more are constantly in the works. Another link in the long chain of the ancient storytelling heritage, Nigel's art turns the audience inward. Writing is the key, and careful attention rewards any listener.