Nicholas Wells

Singer/songwriter Nicholas Wells found his passion at a young age. As a product of writing music for over fifteen years, Nicholas holds a collection of many inspiring original songs about life and love. An identifying characteristic of his piano based music is his memorable melodies, which evoke as much emotion as his lyrics.

In 2005, at age seventeen, Nicholas released his first official self-produced album entitled "This Life". With an interest in production as well as songwriting, he attended the Studio Production program at the conservatory of music at Purchase College. 

Since then, Nicholas has released an EP entitled "Somewhere Down The Road", and in 2010 a full length album entitled "Something To Believe In". His songs "A Little Bit" and "Hope In Love" from that album were featured in "Morgan" (2012), an independent movie by Michael Akers. 

On October 6th, 2015, Nicholas Wells released his newest full length album entitled "Stumbling Forward", along with an emotional and artistic music video for the album's single, "Empty Coffee Cups".

Nicholas has written other notable songs, including "Eat Me", performed by Dante Palminteri in the movie "Sharknado 2", and "This Christmas It's You And Me", performed by Nicholas Wells and Joe Scarborough on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." Nicholas has accompanied and performed with other notable artists such as Adele and Five For Fighting.