FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRESS RELEASE - MAY 16, 2016
Denver Mayor Declares May 22 ‘Nic Nassuet Day’
Four years ago, the critically lauded independent musician, Nic Nassuet, left Denver in pursuit of a career in music in Los Angeles. On May 22, the performer will return to the Mile High City for his first show in Denver since his departure. As such, Mayor Michael B. Hancock of Denver has proclaimed May 22 ‘Nic Nassuet Day.’
In the early stages of his career, Nassuet got his start with an all-disabled theatre company called ‘Phamaly’ in Denver. After he had moved to Hollywood, he released an album that netted him 24 awards and 26 nominations - all in the last year! Nassuet has found significant success in recent years exploring gothic, alternative, and indie rock music.
“Nic Nassuet draws on his life-experience to produce melodic, mysterious, and sometimes dark tunes that capture the despair and hope of life with power and conviction,” Mayor Hancock details in his proclamation. “The City and County of Denver wishes to join the fans and music community in congratulating him.”
On Nic Nassuet Day, the singer songwriter will be performing at the Three Kings Tavern on 60. S. Broadway at 9 pm. Nassuet will be joined by a violinist also hailing from Hollywood, Brandon Wallace. They will be accompanied by two Denver natives - Eryn Swisdorf, a female vocalist, and Justin Vaughn on bass. Tengger Cavalry will then perform at 10 pm.
On the weekend following the show, Nassuet will travel to Rome to receive a Diploma of Merit and admission into the Association of the Knights of St. Sylvester. To contact Nassuet, or to keep up to date with his endeavors, visit his website or contact Dropout Management below:
Matt Bacon, Dropout Management: 610-390-4084