Desk   Concert

Good Morning/Evening/Afternoon/Middle Of The Day....

I've had a complete revamp of the site, abandoning the template provided and striking out on my own. Quiver. The site is being updated (slowly) with music players and wotnot. Things are afoot. Otherwise, this is my second attempt at making music, plus I take a few pics, a few videos, work as a Local Nature Reserve Volunteer, contribute to a Local History Website, muck about in general and waffle. I am an unstoppable force, although many believe I should be.

Most recently I was also involved in some more charitable musical skulduggery ('Manipulated') which which you can find out about here.

Other than that, there's not too much to see here yet, I'm afraid. Until I get the opportunity to build it up, this site is purely intended to catch those googling 'Nick Nation' and to lead you in the right direction. There are others, you know. As far as I can tell, they're not me. However, as the demands of becoming interesting and vibrant again increase - first with the release of the comeback CD 'The Unfinished Dinphonies' CD in December 2008 then with 'HMS Dinafore Featuring The Pilates of Penzance' in August 2009, the Charity CD 'Crintabulated' in 2010, then a track on the 'Micky Jones Tribute Album' in 2011 and my subsequent work elsewhere, the opportunity for me to muck about with this site has become few and far between.

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Further details of these ground-breaking releases can be found by clicking on the links or the relevant button on the left. Until recently I would have referred you to my already existing myspace site which was more like a theme park rather than a web site. However 'they' have unilaterally decided to change the content and just about everything's been ripped out except the music player. Pah!

Circumstances within my control have brought about this second phase of musical activity, having originally run out of steam during the 1980s. You may not remember me from such bands as Shake The Nation, The Ital Selection, Sex Und Metall and The Distance. What's your excuse?

Use the links on the left to navigate round this site, or use the 'Previous/Next Page' buttons below.

Estuary Boys   Effigy Boys
Left - with Man Roadie Roger, Right - with Effigy Music's Nick and Tony