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"GO! Nick GO!'s Music is the Soundtrack for Struggles and Triumphs"

November 21, 202311 min read

GO! Nick GO! is an up and coming emo/pop punk/rock musician that has been inspiring fans from around the world with his heartfelt lyrics and passionate performances. His music is the soundtrack for struggles and triumphs, providing solace and motivation for those who connect with it.

Nick’s passion for music began at a young age when he first heard Jonny Lang’s live concert at Disney World. Since then, he has been mastering the drums, guitar, bass, piano, and singing, primarily by watching and listening. He also credits his 7th/8th grade music teacher for aiding in his musical development.

Nick’s creative process comes from within, never forcing it. Whether it’s a vocal melody or guitar riff in his head, or lyrics that just come to him, Nick’s music is always written and structured naturally. His main inspirations are All Time Low, Boys Like Girls, Paramore, and Fall Out Boy.

Through his music, Nick tries to bring a message of understanding. He wants people to know that they are not alone and that it’s okay to not be okay. He emphasizes that we all struggle, and that nobody is perfect.

GO! Nick GO!’s music can be found on his Linktr.ee page and fans can contact him via Instagram. His upcoming plans include finishing his last 10 months in the military while continuing to write and record music, and then eventually moving to Nashville to pursue music full time.

So if you’re looking for a sound that is real, relatable and inspiring, GO! Nick GO! is the artist for you. Listen to his music, and you’ll quickly find yourself feeling seen and understood.## "GO! Nick GO!'s Music is the Soundtrack for Struggles and Triumphs"

GO! Nick GO! is an up and coming emo/pop punk/rock musician that has been inspiring fans from around the world with his heartfelt lyrics and passionate performances. His music is the soundtrack for struggles and triumphs, providing solace and motivation for those who connect with it.

Nick’s passion for music began at a young age when he first heard Jonny Lang’s live concert at Disney World. Since then, he has been mastering the drums, guitar, bass, piano, and singing, primarily by watching and listening. He also credits his 7th/8th grade music teacher for aiding in his musical development.

Nick’s creative process comes from within, never forcing it. Whether it’s a vocal melody or guitar riff in his head, or lyrics that just come to him, Nick’s music is always written and structured naturally. His main inspirations are All Time Low, Boys Like Girls, Paramore, and Fall Out Boy.

Through his music, Nick tries to bring a message of understanding. He wants people to know that they are not alone and that it’s okay to not be okay. He emphasizes that we all struggle, and that nobody is perfect.

GO! Nick GO!’s music can be found on his Linktr.ee page and fans can contact him via Instagram. His upcoming plans include finishing his last 10 months in the military while continuing to write and record music, and then eventually moving to Nashville to pursue music full time.

So if you’re looking for a sound that is real, relatable and inspiring, GO! Nick GO! is the artist for you. Listen to his music, and you’ll quickly find yourself feeling seen and understood.

The Interview

Q: What was the role of music in the early years of your life?

It was everything, it was my escape, my passion from the very first time my parents took me to church and I saw the band play

Q: Are you from a musical or artistic family?

My father played piano a little bit. Other than that I’m really the only one that really fell in love with music

Q: Who inspired you to be a part of the music industry?

The very first artist I can remember falling in love with was Jonny Lang when I was about 4-5 years old. I remember taping his live concert that he played at Disney world and watching it over and over.

Q: How did you learn to sing/write/play?

I learned drums, guitar, bass, piano, and singing all from just watching and listening or singing karaoke. My writing just all came from life and experiences. I think I just always had the gift.

Q: What was your first music teacher like?

It was my 7th/8th grade music teacher. She was awesome. I played bass and percussion. She’d also always get mad at me when we would have tests on site reading and I would always fail because I didn’t know how to read the music. I just knew how to hear it and memorize it very quickly.

Q: What was the first instrument you learned to play?

My first instrument was the drums. My parents bought me my first drum kit when I was 4 because I kept breaking markers all over their pots and pans.

Q: What is the story behind your band/artist name?

GO! Nick GO! For me is a motivation. I wanted something that sounded like it fit with the music I play. But it’s also something I think about to motivate myself on a daily basis. I deal with a lot of anxiety and depression and it just felt right. It makes me happy and keeps me pushing through every aspect of life.

Q: What was the first concert that you ever went to?

I believe the first concert I ever went to was a Christian rock band (Third Day) when I was like 9 or 10

Q: How could you describe your music?

Emo/ pop punk/ rock. Very real, relatable lyrics. Everything comes from a real place or time in my life. None of my writing is forced. If I don’t have it that day I just put the pen or the guitar down and come back to it later. for me everything must naturally be written

Q: Describe your creative process?

Sometimes I hear a vocal melody or a guitar riff in my head while driving or at work and I’ll hum it into my phone recorder. sometimes I pick up the guitar and completely track a whole song out of nothing and write lyrics around that. Other times the lyrics just come and I structure the song around them. It’s almost always a different process. I never let anything be forced.

Q: What is your main inspiration?

In terms of bands my main inspirations would have to be All time low, Boys like girls, Paramore, and Fall out boy.

Q: What musician/artist do you admire the most?

I’ve always been a huge fan of Dave Grohl with how multitalented he is as a drummer, guitar player, vocalist, and all around front man.

Q: What is one message you would like to give to your fans?

You are not alone. Its okay to not be okay, nobodies perfect and we all struggle.

Q: How would you describe your fans?

My limited fan base I would have to say are stem from the same place of growing, positivity, and the bettering of oneself. A very positive motivating crowd

Q: Do you create for yourself or for your fans?

It always starts from inside myself, and I turn it into something that is relatable to every single person listening

Q: Do you prefer to listen to music or create it?

As much as I love to listen to music I always prefer creating it so much more

Q: Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?

I’d say from the beginning when I first started writing to now with the music I’ve released my style has pretty stayed pretty consistent only adding some more of a pop element to my music now

Q: Who do you see as your main competitor?

State champs, Neck deep, All time low, boys like girls

Q: Would you agree that it is very important to learn, study and understand old music and

music history?

It’s always important to to learn the music that came before and to appreciate what made it so great, there’s something to appreciate about every genre in any year and creatively you never know what elements you might find that you like and want to incorporate into your own sound.

Q: If you could have a musician tag along with you on tour for one month , who would you

choose?

Post Malone. No questions. He seems like the most humble nicest human beings on the planet, not to mention extremely talented

Q: What do you enjoy most about being an artist?

Having a voice to express myself In the way I feel most comfortable doing it.

Q: What skills are most useful in the music industry?

I think having an ear and an open mind to take risks are 2 if the most important/useful skills someone in music can have

Q: How do you handle frequent travels and being away from home for long periods of time?

I’ve currently been in the military for the past 11 years with 1 year to go so it’s really all I know. It’s my norm

Q: How do you handle working evenings and nights?

I’ve worked every shift there is to work, been up at all hours of the day and night. 2,3,4 days straight sometimes.

Q: When was the last time you performed in front of a huge audience?

Last time I performed for a huge audience was a few years ago. Probably 2021

Q: Tell me about your best performance?

We performed a showcase a few months back in Nashville with a bunch of other really talented musicians. I felt completely in my element, it was an absolute dream come true

Q: . Tell me about your worst performance?

My worst performance was probably when I was a freshman in highschool we did a battle of the bands. We weren’t very skilled, didn’t comprehend what it was that made music or a band good. Things like the bassist and drummer playing as one. Understanding that sometimes less is more.. ACTUALLY PRACTICING.. it was an awful performance looking back.

Q: Do you experience stress before going on stage?

i feel the stress in preparation but once it’s time to hit the stage then I feel the most calm I think. As long as I’ve done everything in my power to prepare the best that I can there’s nothing else I need to worry about.

Q: What would you do if the audience looked bored during your performance?

Quick answer is this.. they wouldn’t be bored at my show. But in all seriousness I’d be sure to get them involved and take the energy level up as high as possible

Q: How do you energize the audience?

For one I think I’m funny, I’m quick to make people laugh and be entertained, but also I’m very energetic and hype and in my experience it’s hard to go to a show and not get hyped up watching the artist show the insane energy.

Q: What is the biggest problem you have encountered in the journey of music?

As long as I’m on a journey with music then I have no problems. Wherever it takes me I’m here for the ride

Q: If you could change one thing about the music industry, what would it be?

That it’s ok to not be “mainstream” write the music you want to write because you love it and the audience will find you.

Q: Have you ever participated in any music competition?

We won an opportunity to perform at the showcase in Nashville I mentioned previously

Q: What are your plans for the coming months?

Finish out the last 10 months of my military career while continuing to write and record music then once I’m out I’m moving to Nashville to do music full time

Q: Do you have any artistic collaboration plans?

Yes, have worked with and plan on working more with Clever. I’d love to work with MGK, Post Malone, Avril Lavigne

Q: What does your typical day look like?

Wake up at 530 am, go to work, get home by 4-430. Shower and hit my studio

Q: How do you think social media has changed the music industry?

It’s made it a lot easier for people to put out their product which I think is a great thing. Provides a lot more opportunity for exposure to those who especially may be less fortunate financially

Q: What does your typical weekend look like?

Wake up, write, record, and go sing karaoke. I love karaoke singing it give me experience in front of people

Q: How do you balance the music and your other obligations-school, family, etc?

If the music inspiration is flowing then that’s where I’m at, if it’s not I don’t force it and sit there too long a tend to other things that need to be tended to.

Q: What is the best gig you’ve ever played?

I played drums in a really fun Halloween gig a few a years ago with some really good friends.

Q: What is the saddest song you've ever heard?

Better than me by Hinder was the first song that came to mind.

Q: What are your interests outside of music?

I’m very big into sports. The NBA and the NFL. Always trying to watch the game or atleast have it on in the background!

Q: What is your email?

nickjemmott15@gmail.com

Q: What is your Artist Name?

GO! Nick GO!

Q: Provide a link to your music.

https://linktr.ee/go_nick_go_?utm_source=linktree_profile_share<sid=20fca85d-46f9-4b2c-b189-e738df2b1df5

Q: Provide a link where people can contact you.

https://instagram.com/go_nick_go__?igshid=OGQ5ZDc2ODk2ZA%3D%3D&utm_source=qr

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