Take a look at this great video at Knucleheads with Dewey Chapman, edited by John Kekeisen. Here you can catch a glimpse of Nick's Solo Show!
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Thank you Holland for an awesome tour!!!
We had such a great tour to Holland this week! We made so many friends and fans on this run and hope to see all of you again this year!
May 3, we performed at Cafe By The Comm in Groesbeek, NL and recorded video in front of a live audiene! I can wait to see how the videos turned out! A special thank you to Rob Van Elst- Blue Moose! And to the whole crew who really work hard to capture the performance!
May 4, We then went to Apeldoorn, NL to perform at Blues Cafe Il and it was Rememberence Day for all of those lost in WWII. There was 2 minutes of silence we observed before the show. It really means a lot that they take time, literally, to honor those fallen.
May 5, we went to Ospel, NL to perform at
Moulin Blues Festival and that was unforgettable! What an amazing crowd! We turned up the heat and everyone came forward! Thank you to Harald and everyone for all of your work and support! Youa re all top-notch! We'd love to come back and play for you!
Nick Schnebelen is and will always be dedicated to his electric blues sound and performs mainly with his band. Something very special happened long ago on a recording session where Nick needed to feel the pulse of the kick drum while playing a dark, dirty blues song, so he stepped behind the drum kit with guitar and vocal mic and performed the track live. They way the guitar synced up with the kick drum was just what he was looking for. Thus, his solo blues performance was born.
He continued to explore and incorporate this simple, raw style into his family band's shows. It became a feature of Trampled Under Foot shows for many years. "People were really drawn to this part of the show, and I would've moved on to other ways to entertain and perform this style, but the fans loved it, so I kept it going!" After many years, Nick will occasionally do a show of this nature, but it's only in select appropriate blues atmospheres. Please enjoy this side of him and his music!