Links to some of the written features, interviews, articles, or conversations about me.
"The songwriting is exceptional, sharing similarities to the great Grammy-winning Jason Isbell... Nicholas Rowe digs in the caverns of his mind for lessons learned and experiences to share. He bears it all with vulnerable lyrics, whiskey-soaked vocals, and alt-folk rhythms, an admirable combination that creates a staggering and profound listening experience.
- The Music Mermaid [full article]
"There is a story within Everything Has Beauty–the story of a man making sense of his flaws and finding beauty in them–all in a timeless, acoustic style."
- Indie Soul Media [full article]
"Experience beauty here... Somewhere between Conor Oberst and Mark Eitzel. All performed with a striking voice."
- Turn Up The Volume [full article]
"Rowe explores the tension between who we are and who we want to be... Captivating, introspective... with an appealing, melancholic feel. No special effects, just heart & soul and a notable voice."
- 50ThirdAnd3rd [full article]
““ 'Everything Has Beauty' is definitely a vulnerable piece of work, and... Rowe is the type of person who feels every note that he strums out.'
- Music In Motion [full article]
"A must listen... honest and captivating!"
- Find A Song [full article]
"This raw, emotional need to help others shines through all of Nicholas' music... a great, authentic musician."
- The Corner Type [full article]
"This music is therapeutic, but slightly disquieting. And very vulnerable."
- Tuned Up [full article]
“Such a rich, full sound... Everyone should be listening to these guys. If you’re a fan of Mumford & Sons, Tom Waits or anything in between, you’ll definitely dig this band.”
- Hear Me Out [full article]
“Nicholas Rowe & The Forgotten Sons of Steel River was started with Nicholas’ best friend Jeremiah and his wife Gena. ‘Yes there is actually a daughter in ‘The Forgotten Sons.’ He says their first EP has an ‘Indie/Folk Americana’ sound with some Gospel and Rock influence."
Up 'N Comin' [full article]
Album Review – (Hear Me O