Nick Kushner

Nick Kushner

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Unique - Soundtracks | Framingham, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,460   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: 3/2/2021

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Nick Kushner is a guitarist/bassist/keyboardist/singer who composes rock, jazz, classical and new age music. Most of my compositions are short guitar instrumentals that I put bass, drums and keyboard parts to. Sometimes I add vocals. But lately, I have been composing many soundtrack compositions.

I play a 1974 Fender Strat, 1990 Gibson ES-335, Takamine acoustic, Sigma Martin Classical guitar and a Fender Precision Bass. Drums and keyboard parts are added from Sonar 8.5.

I have played in over 10 bands and have performed all over Boston. Currently, I just make music in my basement and occasionally jam with friends. I hope you enjoy the music!

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Bob Bentley posted over 30 days ago to Nick Kushner

I've flitted around your music Nick and am mightily impressed. Good luck with your projects. Bob

Bob Bentley posted over 30 days ago

Hi Nick, many thanks for your review of What If You're Wrong, I'm glad you enjoyed it. Good point about the bridge, it's a couple of years since I recorded it now and I'm not sure why that didn't happen at the time? It was already a long track so it may well have been that something else would have to go to make room. (It was written after accidently seeing some video of terrorist atrocities and how the complete lack of emotion by the perpetrators brought it home to me that they were convinced what they were doing was for "the cause".)
"Noodles" is a great term fort those bits an pieces of guitar between the lines!! BTW, we have one thing in common, a 74 Strat - by far my favourite over the years.
Thanks again,

Ian Ritchie posted over 30 days ago

Hi Nick, Thanks for the review on "Benandonner" Much Appreciated!

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