We are happy to announce that you can now purchase our debut EP “Clandestine Operation” on iTunes. Go get a copy TODAY!!!!!
Nigels11 will be guests on Artists on Demand on February 23, 2009.
Show starts @ 9pm.
Call in with questions for the band @ (347) 884-9941
Chris will be on the BAUB Show on Monday Feb 22nd 10pm est 7pm pst
Promotion of the show is helped by you. Your friends and fans can listen,
call in and chat live in the chat room. ALL of this happens at http://www.thebaubshow.com/
The call in number is: (724) 444-7444
the call ID is 58753# then press 1#
It’s been a few years coming so without any further adieu, welcome to the Nigels11 site! Thank you for stopping by.
We are pleased to announce that our EP “Clandestine Operation” is available for pre-sale on the merch page.
CK, Mike, Dave & Ernie are heading back in the Catacomb Studios from Jan 13th -17th for a Nigels11 writing and recording sessions.
Recognition to the individuals who contributed to getting us where we are: Thank you to Evil Little Clown, Sam Rex, Andre S, Jay Reason, Shop Shogun Whitney, Nat, and David T, Rina, Annica, Anice, Deaf Busta, Whitney Court, Natazha, Soorya Arsala, Hear, Hear!
Chris and Mike will be appearing at the St. Petersburg Times Forum in Tampa for 93.3’s Jingle Ball.
SAVE THE DATE : OCTOBER 30, 2009
7:30pm – midnight
Nigels11 will be performing in Orlando, FL, on September 26th…make plans now to join us!
Check out this website for details:
We’ll see you on the 26th!
We are at the Arnold Palmer’s Children’s Hospital with Jayde, Joey Fatone, and all these talented kids! The band is supporting the Arnold Palmer’s Children’s Hospital and proudly playing the Hospital’s 20th Anniversary Block Party.
Mastering “Clandestine Operation” EP.
Michael was the voice that inspired my dreams in my youth, guided me in my career as an adult, and will forever challenge me to reach higher in everything I do. In a time when the world needs it’s great voices to ring out with hope, one of the greatest has fallen silent. Let’s remember him not for accusations that always haunted him, but for the inspiration he was as a musician and humanitarian.