After flirting with the idea of leaving the nine-to-five world to pursue his lifelong passion. Nick Verzosa (Ver-Zo-Sa) turned his full attention to songwriting and performing in January 2008. He initially split his time between performing in solo acoustic performances and fronting his first full band effort. Johns Guns. Since the retirement of this first band. Verzosa has made his mark on the Texas music scene with his own spin on a sound described as both classic and innovative.In the relatively short time Verzosa has been expanding his creative presence. he garnered such accolades as finishing First Place in the 2008 Indie International's Songwriting Competition in the country category for his tune "Come to Drink of It". finishing in the Top 10 at NSAI's 2010 Spring Showdown for "Back When Love Was Easy". as well as several high finishes in various other songwriting contests around Texas. He had the honor of sharing the stage with multiple. well-known touring acts including some of his singer/songwriter heroes such as Robert Earl Keen. Cory Morrow. and Walt Wilkins. At the helm of a new band dubbed The Noble Union. Nick teamed up with Texas singer/songwriter/producer Walt Wilkins to release a new five song EP. Combine his charismatic presence on stage with lyrics both insightful and eloquent and throw in a powerful voice with a unique aptitude for the guitar and it seems the sky is the limit for this young singer/songwriter. He continues to write. record. perform. live. laugh and love _ talk to his dogs. crash his friend's stages. cheat on his diet and watch the Cowboys play on Sundays _ He hopes to see you at a show soon.
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