Nick Rossos: doctor by day, composer by night. He began keyboard lessons in the early 1990s and soon wrote and recorded his first CD, Listen To My Music, a disc of relaxation new age music.

In the late 1990s, Nick teamed up with Grammy nominated writer and producer Tom Marolda to record his second CD, Cathexis. Unlike the first CD, on which Nick was the only performer, this second release featured many other talented musicians, including cabaret singer Velma Anstadt, vibraphone player Robin Giese, floutist Susanna Ngao, and his own daughters Rachel Rossos and Alexandra Rossos.

2007 saw the release of Nick’s third album, Bohemian Fusion, an experimental journey of different styles of music, ranging from and to meditation music and songs featuring the Greek sandouri, and the fusion of these styles.

Edited by holycow24 on 30 Oct 2009, 20:47

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