About Nicole Witt

Artist and Songwriter in Nashville, TN
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Nicole Witt is a nationally-touring, award-winning Nashville songwriter and multi-instrumentalist known for the soaring melodies and clever turns of phrase that have brought her national acclaim in the country, bluegrass and Christian music scenes. With a voice that’s part Adele, part Patty Griffin, she conveys a level of emotion and sincerity scarce in modern music. Whether she’s behind a piano or upfront with her guitar or fiddle, Witt delivers live performances led by that gorgeous voice, and anchored by her charm.

 Music is in her blood. Witt’s father was a square dancer on the famed Ozark Jubliee television program. Her grandparents were both bluegrass musicians – a full-circle moment she couldn’t miss as she accepted the International Bluegrass Music Association Award for Song of the Year for Balsam Range’s version of “Trains I Missed” at the Ryman Auditorium in 2011.   Witt has cuts by Lee Brice, Tara Thompson, Rodney Atkins, George Strait, Terri Clark, Diamond Rio, Mandisa, Ellie Holcomb and many more. In 2014, she was nominated by the Gospel Music Association for Country Song of the Year. Witt is currently composing the score for a short film title “Black Mountain.” 

Witt is also a part of the hot new country band Farewell Angelina. With Farewell Angelina she has played to numerous sold-out rooms across the Southeast and Midwest, often receiving standing ovations for the band’s dynamic performances, stellar songwriting, and gorgeous harmonies. The all-female quartet is currently in the studio with producers Jen Ketner and Keith Stegall (Zac Brown, Alan Jackson). 2016 is gonna be a big year!