Check out our new you tube channel: Nicodemi Soundtrack! We'll be featuring various aspects of our music at regular intervals -please let us know your favorites, like and subscribe. Thanks:)
And check out our About page, for some brand new CD reviews :) and to get to know us a little better...
We're so glad you could join us!
Everybody has songs they know and love- check out our Music page for a sampling of our cover tunes...and originals! On this page, scroll down to see some video clips, and listen to "Windows," the title track to our most recent release:)
New to our site!!!
Due to numerous requests, we are setting up our Store, and the physical hard copy of our newest folk music CD, 'Windows,' is now available for purchase! (Reasonable price, too:) While you're there, check out our jazzy 'Here's To The Night,' our children's CD 'It Goes This Way,' and Ed's ambient piano CD 'Tranquility'. Happy shopping- there's something for everyone:) Get Mom or that special woman in your life, something special. Nothing says love like music.
Our song 'A Mother's Love,' from our Windows CD, has been selected to be featured on the WOS Mother's Day Radio Podcast! May 7th is the date! So excited:)
Ed and I have been off to a great start in 2018, with an extremely successful concert of Brazilian music in January! It was a combination of Heitor Villa-Lobos classical guitar and the vocal and guitar samba music of Antonio Carlos Jobim.
In February, we had 4 different featured love songs on 4 of the womenofsubstanceradio.com Valentines Day podcasts! Shows #745, #748, #750, and #752. You can still catch them on iTunes:)
****Coming up next month, on WOS Radio once again, one of our original songs will be featured, on March 9th, show #762. 'The Road Back', from our "Here's To The Night" CD, closes out a series of three podcast shows, dedicated to the "Me Too" movement. We are honored and humbled to have our song included in such a brave cause, and we believe the song will offer hope to survivors of sexual harassment and abuse.
This song was originally composed in honor of the great jazz trumpet player and singer, Chet Baker. More universally, the ups and downs of a chosen life apply to us all:)
This original folk song evoking the '60s has the same relevance today, with regard to preserving the environment.