MEET MY BAND
After a couple of years of performing solo with my acoustic guitar, I formed a band made up of three of my best friends. We began playing together at the end of 2016 and have developed a set of originals along with an eclectic set of covers and mashups ranging from Taylor Swift to Kaleo to Guns 'N Roses. Together, we earned a spot in Faneuil Hall Marketplace's Street Performer Program, played on the Magic Hat Stage for the Alison Krauss show at Bank of NH Pavilion, placed 3rd at Canobie Lake Park's summer long Battle of Bands, have opened for The Fools (twice!), and The Blushing Brides. Additionally, Nick & I opened with an acoustic set for Scotty McCreery at the Hampton Casino Ballroom and provided support for Kid Rock at Bank of NH Pavilion’s Sam Adams Brewhouse.
Check out the band...
Not only can Nick do literally anything with a guitar, but he can also vibe his way into your soul and make you feel actual emotions. Nick additionally has an insanely distinctive voice and the best memes. Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd was the first song he learned on guitar, and his first ever gig was our first show all together. In summer of 2017, he was called up on stage at an All Time Low concert to play the encore song (Dear Maria, Count Me In) and killed it. (Check out the video.) His idols are Slash and David Gilmour, and I truly believe that he will be just as epic as them. Overall, this kid is frickin' awesome and his laugh sounds like Elmo.
Connect with Nick via: Instagram @NickTurgeonGuitar
Zachary Stone = fluffhead. This dude is a self-proclaimed band geek and can play just about any song in any genre, but his biggest influences are Tony Royster Jr., John Bonham, and Buddy Rich. He first started drumming when he was 6 years old. He has played with a number of musicians at a variety of concerts, including Merrimack’s Rock’n Rib Fest and Boston Hardrock Cafe, and he also made the NH Chronicle for a Drum Fun Event. Zach has probably attended more concerts than days in a year and has randomly met too many artists to count. How hats can fit on his head is a miracle.
I love to hate Spencer. He can literally do pretty much everything: bass, piano, guitar, drums, random other things I can’t remember. And he can sing. And he has perfect pitch. Most of the time he plays bass, keys, sings, and sometimes beat boxes all at the same time. He is insanely brilliant. He started playing music at a very young age, and he wrote his first song at age 5. In addition to music, Spencer has both acted and worked on lighting and sound at the Leddy Center in Epping since 2008. His biggest influences are James Taylor, Earth Wind & Fire, and Pentatonix. Believe it or not, Spencer messes up ALL THE TIME onstage, but he saves himself with some weird half-diminished-seventh special chord thing every single time. It’s a “jazz thing.”