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Stomping Nick

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Stomping Nick Jackman is a one-man-band from Lyttelton, New Zealand, who fuses primitive garage punk with rhythm and blues, boogie-woogie and Appalachian folk. His sound has been described as “pounding rhythms, searing blasts of harmonica, and a gutsy roar that reach back decades beyond the last fad.”

Stomping Nick sings and plays harmonica, guitar and drums all at the same time, the old school way, without the aid of loop pedals, backing tracks, or any of those other fancy tricks. The harmonica is Nick’s weapon of choice and a number of influences shape his harmonica style. As well as the blues harp masters such as Little Walter and Sonny Boy Williamson, other influences as diverse as metal guitar and bluegrass fiddle can be heard when Stomping Nick gets his jaw swinging. Underpinning the harmonica, Nick’s feet and hands provide a solid rumble of drums and growling guitar to get the people in the groove, while he sings, amongst other things, songs about trains and trainwrecks, magic whiskey, getting high, sinking low, and dancing with the devil.

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Nick Jackman

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  • Lyttelton


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