Nick Langston

Published in Artist Biographies

Vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Nick Langston is originally from Oxford (UK) but has made his name in the thriving music center of Bristol and is well-known on the live circuit for his cool brand of jazz, swing and Latin. However, he is also no stranger to funk, blues, acoustic and a range of other styles that run through his music.

Nick's vocals have a smooth power and his influences include Scott Walker, Frank Sinatra, Harry Connick Jr, Andy Williams and Bryan Ferry. H …

'Angel with the devil's eyes' is the the first single from Nick Langston's brilliant new album 'Captivated' and is available digitally from all major stores. It's the kind of cool song you'll be sure you've heard before - a laid-back contemporary jazz tune with all the makings of a classic. Nick's laid-back vocals sail through the song, perfectly complemented by his top class band including the phenomenal saxophone of Andy Kinsman. As contemporary cool continues to climb the chart

Nick Langston’s new debut album ‘Captivated’, released May 2008, is a collection of carefully constructed songs written and arranged by Nick. His influences stretch from 1950s and 60s jazz through to contemporary rock and pop with a mix of latin and swing thrown in and his vocal style has been inspired by the likes of Frank Sinatra, Scott Walker, Andy Williams, Bryan Ferry and Harry Connick Jr.

His well-crafted music and arrangements have been performed by some top class musician