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Walking Free

Walking Free

  • By Nikko Fir
  • Release 16/12/2008
  • Music Genre Folk
  • Media Format CD
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Bristol-born, and Dorset-raised, Tim Sparks began performing in Cardiff, Wales, both on his own and recently fronting the band Laughter of the Crowd, and is now living and working on the Isle of Mull in Scotland. The Nikko Fir project (named after a Japanese pine tree, and a home-grown top-scoring fantasy football striker - it's a long story!), was born from a desire to share personal songs of hope and loss, smiles and tears, joy and pain, faith, love and grace - songs that don't necessarily fit a band performance, although guest musicians are frequently found sharing the stage still. With his music loosely described as 'acoustic-folk-rock', Tim describes himself as 'a rock musician disguised as a folk guitarist', with influences ranging from Queen and Tree63 to Del Amitri and Duke Special. This album is the first solo album 'Walking Free'; described as 'songs sharing a journey through life and love - and the hope of a home at the end.' Nikko Fir is mainly about a chance to sing and play and indulge in harmonies with friends and strangers, to enjoy the gift of music and cheer up, challenge, encourage and cajole some people on the way, and change the world while we're at it...

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Artist: Nikko Fir
Title: Walking Free
Genre: Folk
Release Date: 16/12/2008
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 5060101491508
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