New Lonely Island Music Video! Aug07

New Lonely Island Music Video!...

Douglas Nottingham Remix Cinematography – Matthew Corbisiero...

Thankful Sounds at 3rd Space Jul21

Thankful Sounds at 3rd Space

Every 2nd Wednesday of the Month. Aug. 12th 7:30pm with Special Guest Toby Milford Thankful Sounds is a monthly music event hosted by Nick Heward and Matt Linderman at Third Space in Central Phoenix. The aim is to bring people together, in a positive & welcoming environment and to invite various musicians and songwriters to share their...

Thankful Sounds at The Art Party Extravaganza Jul15

Thankful Sounds at The Art Party Extravaganza

Nick and Matt of Thankful Sounds will be performing at The Art Party Extravaganza. A short sampling from a few of the first Thankful Sounds events held at Third Space in downtown Phoenix. July 31st http://noisetrade.com/thankfulsoundsphx/thankful-sounds-live

Halloween House Concert Nov11

Halloween House Concert...

Nick Heward’s Halloween House Concert featured singer songwriters Raquel Denis, Ree Boado, AJ Rodriguez, and Noel D’Avy. Matt Linderman joined Nick on mandolin and bells. A musical candle lit garden experience.

2nd Annual Crying Hearts Music Festival Dec08

2nd Annual Crying Hearts Music Festival...

    December 14th, 10am-6pm The Phoenix Crying Hearts Festival is a music festival aimed at connecting the homeless and houseless community located in and around the city of Phoenix with its broader community. The festival takes place at the cities escape for our homeless and houseless citizens, known to journalists as “The Zone.”This year the festival has partnered with St. Joseph The worker: “St. Joseph the Worker helps individuals return to the workforce and become self-sufficient, productive members of society.” We are thankful to all the service providers(LDRC, C.A.S.S. etc.)for allowing us to share our music. If you would like to support the festival click here and scroll down from general donation to Crying Hearts: http://www.sjwjobs.org/donations “Using the gifts of music we we’re given in the service of God’s...

The Howling Coyote Tour Aug12

The Howling Coyote Tour

    8.16 KRSH on air, Santa Rosa           Pyramid Brewery, Walnut Creek 8.17 Park Chalet, San Francisco 8.18 Russian River Brewery, Santa Rosa 8.21 Brixx, Petaluma 8.23 Downtown Joes, Napa 8.24 Hopmonk, Novato Nick Heward | Ricci Hardt | Jim Sobo

Father Tom Apr10

Father Tom

“I am the genius who values sleep Naps, comas, portals for peace I thought I was so smart I’m so sorry God I am just a stranger here Much like my Father Tom”

Please Forgive Me Apr10

Please Forgive Me

“When I was twenty-three, I came home from visiting some friends in Denver and found out that my mom was homeless and had checked into a Motel 6, which was the original name of the song,” Heward says. “It really broke my heart. That’s when I wrote ‘Please Forgive Me.’”

Crescent Ballroom Mar25

Crescent Ballroom

Nick Heward and Friends was at the Crescent Ballroom March 25, 2013.  The night opened with a Ree and David Boado performance that enlightened the crowd.  Following was Nick Heward and Friends, a talented group, consisting of Nick Heward, Jeff Farias, Scotty Spenner, Geo Bowman and Dan Petricino.

The Rhythm Room Mar22

The Rhythm Room

The musician’s of the March 22nd show at the Rhythm Room promoted the night with photos that were transformed into cartoons. Nick Heward, Mario Mendivil, Todd Chuba, Michael Terry, Jerry Donato, and Greg Varlotta know how to leave their mark on the audience.

The Rhythm Room Feb13

The Rhythm Room

Live at the Rhythm Room! Nick Heward and Friends opened the night with the lovely Tammy Patrick and musical guests. There was a collaboration of original and cover tunes that had the crowd clapping and dancing the night away. The impressive quartet by Nick Heward and Friends was a talented harmony from Nick Heward, Jeff Farias, Geo Bowman, and Scotty...

Crying Hearts Nov17

Crying Hearts

The Crying Hearts Music Festival was an idea aimed at bringing a music festival into the heart of the city’s homeless population.  The first annual Crying Hearts Festival was November 17, 2012 and is at the home of Central Arizona Shelter Services. The outdoor festival is intended to raise awareness while ensuring the message of hope. To get involved with the Crying Hearts Music Festival visit the contact...