NICOLE

FALZONE

Nicole Falzone is a multifaceted artist.

She is an accomplished musician: drummer, percussionist, and vocalist. She has performed or recorded and been on the same stages with such artists as: Ray Charles, Frank Zappa, k.d. lang, Thomas Dolby, Robbie Robertson of The Band, George Benson, Katey Segal, Tommy Malone of the Subdudes, Keith Emerson, Paul Shafer, Jeff Skunk Baxter from the Doobie Brothers, The Brubeck Bros, Lalo Shifrin, Roger Kellaway, Alan Zavad, Milcho Leviev of Free Flight, Walter Holland, Ute Lemper and Rickey Minor of The Jay Leno Tonight Show Band

She is a dynamic performer appearing at many renowned venues including the Disney Theater (Los Angeles), Dorothy Chandler Theater (Los Angeles), Great American Music Hall (San Francisco), National Mall (Washington, D.C.), New Orleans Jazz Festival, Austin Blues Festival, House of Blues (Boston, New York), Valentines (Tokyo), Bottom Line (Nagoya, New York), and Caesars Palace (Las Vegas).

She is an accomplished studio musician recording for many years for numerous artists performing latin, jazz, funk, fusion, klesmer, country, pop, rock, and blues. She has also recorded television and film cues. She is a songwriter and composer and has released her own solo record Matters of the Heart.

Nicole happily received an endorsement recently from Black Swan Percussion, an innovative percussion production company based in Austin, Texas.

She is a versatile fine artist creating art from charcoal, pastel, pencil, pen, oil, acrylic and most notably intricate portraits on the toy Etch-A-Sketch. Her work has been featured in newspapers and art galleries around the world. Her portrait of Albert Einstein was featured in The Playmakers: Amazing Origins of Timeless Toys by Tim Walsh wherein it was declared Nicole Falzone is the Monet of the Magic Screen.

Music television appearances include The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Lou Rawls Special, Entertainment Tonight, PBS Holiday Celebration Special, Conan OBrien and The Academy Awards Show. Art television appearances include David Letterman, Donny and Marie Osmond Show, Mike Castalucci CBS News, Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, and VH1.