The American singer, songwriter and producer Nick Waterhouse (California, USA, 1986) presents the pinnacle of his career so far, Never Twice, a record that goes deeper into his R&B roots and takes us back to the jazz clubs of the 1950s.
His musical career began when a friend of the famous San Francisco DJ Primo Pitino played one of his songs and the audience responded enthusiastically. Nick Waterhouse's vinyl, which encapsulates the essence of Rhythm 'N' Blues, was auctioned as a collectors' piece on eBay, which almost by accident became his springboard to fame.
In 2012 Waterhouse put out his first LP, Time's All Gone, which has the magical ability to make anyone who hears it get up and dance. Very soon, the Californian musician's songs came to be heard on both sides of the Atlantic, as well as in Australia, Russia, and Japan.
His imminent fame took him to festivals and to tour all around the world. In 2014 he released his second album, Holly, this time accompanied by a more mature band and deeper sounds. The young musician has travelled around the world and has worked with the likes of Leon Bridges and Jon Batiste, covering great songs such as I Can Only Give You Everything by the Stones.
With his own unique touches and the essence of 1950s jazz clubs, Nick Waterhouse has brought out the final part in his trilogy of albums, a masterpiece that will captivate your very soul.