Dwight & Nicole is a three piece original blues-soul-rock band fronted by Dwight Ritcher & Nicole Nelson. Ritcher and Nelson are both well known on the East Coast for their powerful voices and songwriting. Together, they have toured up and down the Northeast, growing a fiercely loyal fan base, and self releasing two award winning albums through crowd funding. The Boston Globe calls them "A tour de force that demands much wider success" and describes their sound as "poignant, hard-driving and heavenly".
They both trade off singing leads; he also plays masterful electric guitar, and she plays melodic electric bass. All the while, layering in harmonies and shouts. The recent addition of powerhouse drummer Ezra Oklan to the band introduces the perfect underlying rhythm. The results are stunning.
Dwight & Nicole finished recording their anticipated new album “Electric Lights” this spring with multi-Grammy Award Nominated producer Joel Hamilton (Aaron Neville, The Meters, The Black Keys) at Studio G in Brooklyn, NY. Their first single, a shimmering soul-rock anthem called “Wait” drops in July, followed by the full album in the Fall.
“Take R&B, soul, blues and jazz, mix in razor-sharp rock guitar... heat to boiling, and watch your face melt. That's Dwight & Nicole.” ~Relix Magazine
Derek Russell Fimbel is a folk artist from New England. In 2013 Derek founded the indie folk group The Doodads & Don’ts with whom he released two albums. When The Doodads disbanded for family reasons Derek put his focus on his own music. In 2017 he released ‘The Company You’re Keeping’, a duet album with vocalist Vanessa Hale, followed closely by his single ‘Bigger Than Me’ which he recorded with acclaimed hip hop producer Brian Eisner at Fort Nox Studio. ‘Bigger Than Me’