Carol and Ed Nicodemi
BORN: We're children of the '60's
RESIDES: Queens, NYC
PLAYING SINCE: Ever since we can remember
Music chose us - it's all we know.
We are a vocal and guitar (and sometimes piano) duo from Queens, NYC. Our genres include folk-jazz, ambient piano,classical guitar, and we even have an original children's cd available:) We are proud baby boomers who met in college and have been playing music ever since! We perform both quality cover material and our own original music. The years have rewarded us with a vocal and piano jazz cover by Pucci Amanda Jhones and Kenny Barron, a placement in the movie, 'Fully Loaded', and numerous tv credits including DatelineNBC and The Today Show.
As of late, we have gone back to our folk roots, still playing and writing jazz tunes, of course:)
'Windows', a song in the folk style, has been, and is still being featured on Bree Noble's podcast 'Songs With a Conscience'. We'd love to hear what you think about it, so we just uploaded it here!
We are always available for bookings in the NYC area, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org 347-705-3760 or email@example.com 646-354-8219. Our cds are available at cdbaby.com, amazon.com, itunes, spotify...look under Ed and Carol Nicodemi:)
Life means taking chances- living the jazz life alludes to exactly that. Loosely based on the life of Chet Baker, the song goes beyond the man and his lifestyle. It can symbolize the ups and downs that make the art of living an adventure.
The Road Back
This is a song about recovery. No matter how far down you are, there's always the road back!
The Night Did (What I Wanted It To Do)
It was a perfect night of love with a special someone!
Just Like Christmastime
With this jazzy samba, it does't have to be Christmas. You just have to be in love. :)
One December Moon
At holiday time, or anytime, the memories of a great love nurture us and remind us about what life is all about.
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1: What artist would you most love to work with?
2: What instrument brings you the most joy?
The human voice
3: What was the worst advice?
Land a spot on Joe Franklin's radio show
4: What was your first concert?
WBAI and WNYU Radio
5: What/where is the best road food?
A chinese restaurant in Nashville
6: What’s the best music advice you ever got?
If you make a mistake, make it again in the same place, so no one will know.
7: Who is your most surprising inspiration?
Glenn Gould, Laura Nyro, Tony Bennett