NOMAD – North Of Mason Dixon

by Chuck Dauphin

Over the past few years, the six-man group NOMAD has made quite a reputation all throughout the eastern United States – but particularly in the northern seaboard. They have opened for acts such as George Jones, Lee Ann Womack, and Craig Morgan.

One listen to this CD and you will understand why they are thought so highly of. They have an innate ability to keep the audience on their toes, with such frisky toe tappers as “Showtime,” (which features some nice fiddle work from Luke Zacherl) and the rock-inspired “Waiting,” which is kind of reminiscent of 80s Springsteen.

Collectively, they do a great job, but these guys all are stars on an individual level. In addition to Zacherl, lead vocalist David August, guitarists Dale Vincent and Johnny Waclo, drummer Bobby Kunkel, bass player George Elliot, these guys are simply ready for the big time.

They also aren’t afraid to take a few chances, as they do on the haunting sound of “New Mexico,” and the sobering feel of “As The Crow Flies.” There’s no mistake about it. NOMAD are ready for the big time! You can book it!

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