We had the pleasure of catching Krysta Nick at the Rutledge in Nashville. She was one of the opening acts for Mac Powell‘s country show… and she brought humor and a fresh, new sound to the stage. Everyone sound checked before the show, as musicians typically do, yet somehow, each musician had issues with the main microphone before their first number (despite getting it resolved each time). Instead of getting frustrated, Krysta decided to have a little fun with it, ending with a cute little dance to celebrate working equipment! It was awesome! She opened with a song called “Kill My Friday Night,” incredibly ironic given the sound check issues and the fact that it was a Friday night.
Krysta has worked with musicians like Jason Hoard (Black Cat Studios, Jason Hoard and the Furies) and Mac Powell (Third Day, Mac Powell and the Backsliders). In addition to her music career, Krysta Nick is also a regular vocalist and guitarist for a few local church worship teams.
With her powerful and soulful voice, this girl is going places, y’all! In fact, just a few days ago, Krysta won an award at the GA Music Awards — the 2014 Youth Country Artist of the Year! Congrats, Krysta… totally deserve it!
So without further ado…. Enjoy!