Nick Peay

Nick Peay – “X – Greatest Hits”

The Greatest Hits record you haven’t heard yet. Download it for free.

“It’s rare to hear originality and honesty combined together these day in the business. That’s why I was pleasantly surprised to find both qualities resounding through the music of Louisville’s Nick Peay. His uncomplicated, heartfelt songs could soon be heard all over…”

Keith Chachkes – Hot Indie News

“Nothing feels contrived or forced; more raw and organic and I will go out on a limb and say, these songs are as they should be. The emotive songwriting and the simple, yet poignant musicality paired with tight production work make [“Feathers & Fables”] one damn good listen.”

Christopher West – Skope

“The music is clean, goes down smooth, and the messages are extremely thought provoking and passionate in nature. It’s strong suit – the deeply rich production value, amazing songs and strong vocal presence from Nick Peay possesses enough musical talent and songwriting prowess to be extremely dangerous.”

Cyrus Rhodes – The Muse's Muse

“[T]he beauty in his voice and gentle delivery of each note are, in their own way, sheer, exquisite inspiration…[T]he words ‘It’s like I’m lost inside of a rain drop falling from your thoughts hangin’ round,’ may be the ones that swept me off of my feet. Sing on, Mr. Peay. We’re here for you.”

Michelle Manker – Louisville Eccentric Observer

I’ve been writing and recording music for 20 years. I love writing music. And I love sharing the music I write.

That’s why I’m giving away my new greatest hits album, called “X,” when you sign up for my mailing list.

In the last 6 years I’ve had 10 releases. I just celebrated my 10th with an album called “Spectres.” I’ve written songs in almost as many genres as I experimented with side projects and different musical styles and influences. From the folk-rock Americana sound of “Feathers & Fables,” to the 80’s new wave synth sound of my indie rock band The Colours of Kings, to the dark, brooding OK Zombie, and back to ukulele pop. I love trying new things.

With so much music, selecting songs to go on “X” was difficult. I finally narrowed it down to 17 tracks, including 3 unreleased tracks, and a few alternate versions. The video above is of a brand new song, that’s never been released, that you can only get on “X.”

Sign up now and I’ll send you a promo code for a free MP3 download of “X.” Plus, you’ll receive coupons codes for new releases (and sometimes old releases), show announcements, and more. Sparingly of course; I don’t send a lot of mail, just the exciting stuff. And I never share my mailing list with anyone.

Sign up now and you’ll receive a promo code for a free MP3 download of “X.”


Listen to “X” below.