Nick Disbray

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Nick Disbray is an Australian singer, author, solo artist, songwriter, composer, and author of Fairy Tales and Adventure stories.

Formerly known as a member of 1980s rock group Big Pig, where he was male lead vocalist. Nick Disbray was born in Brighton, England and moved to Melbourne at the age of six. Disbray lived in St Kilda for over twenty years of his life, also spending time living in London where Big Pig was originally formed.

Following the demise of Big Pig in 1990, Disbray released the solo album Yep! in 1994.

"The Jazz Album" was released on the same year. This album saw Disbray hire the famous U47 valve jazz microphone, as used by Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole. This album was recorded in a week and was the beginning of Nick Disbray's solo career. This marked a new era for him to explore and refine his songwriting.

1998 saw the release of the GIRL album, which was largely a funk record.

In 2015, Disbray released FREE and HERE albums.

In late 2015, he published two books on Amazon, "The Rifleman and The Fisherman", An Epic Tale of Adventure, and "The Tales Of Mandolina - Volume One", A book of Fairy Tales reminiscent of the style of Hans Christian Andersen. In 2016, he published "Lewis And The Book Of Secrets", "Lewis And The Time Keeper", "Lewis In The Difference Forest" and "The Tales Of Mandolina - Volume Two". In 2017, he published "The Device","The Tales Of Mandolina - Volume Three" and "Lewis And The Book Of Secrets - Childrens picture book" (in 10 languages).

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • YEP! (June 1994)
  • The Jazz Album (June 1994)
  • GIRL (June 1998)
  • Scooter E.P. (September 2004)
  • FREE - the iPhone Album (December 2014)
  • HERE (September 2015)
  • FuNk (August 2016)
  • Lewis And The Book Of Secrets - Talking Book Parts 1 2 and 3 (August 2016)
  • Lewis In The Difference Forest - Talking Book Parts 1 2 and 3 (August 2016)
  • SoUNd (October 2016)
  • REAL FUNK (January 2017)
  • Jazz 2 (April 2017)
  • Jazz 3 (April 2017)
  • BEATLES in BLACK (April 2017)
  • DISCO (June 2017)
  • MUSE - A Collection Of Wonderful Covers (August 2017)
  • PURE (September 2017)
  • Sinartre (November 2017)
  • WHOOSH (December 2017)
  • PEARL (December 2017)
  • REGGAE (December 2017)
  • CALM (January 2018)
  • BOATS (April 2018)
  • CHET (May 2018)
  • MINK (May 2018)
  • BRIGHT (June 2018)
  • MARV (October 2018)
  • FINE (November 2018)
  • GREAT (December 2018)
  • LIVE (April 2019)
  • RIGHT (April 2019)
  • WORD (June 2019)
  • WHEN (October 2019)
  • WON (October 2019)

Singles[edit]

From Yep!:

  • Ordinary People
  • Good Woman
  • 3 Things

From E.P.:

  • Going to the Church

From Free - the iPhone Album:

  • Sun in the Morning
  • I Never Knew (Anyone Like You)
  • I Was Wrong
  • Have You Ever Been In Love With A Beautiful Woman

From HERE:

  • Portobello Road
  • Do Me Good
  • Candy Lollipop
  • Something Wonderful
  • Beautiful Day

Books[edit]

  • The Rifleman and The Fisherman (Quest - Book One) (September 2015)
  • The Tales Of Mandolina - Volume One (September 2015)
  • Lewis And The Book Of Secrets (December 2015)
  • Lewis And The Time Keeper (2016)
  • Lewis In The Difference Forest (2016)
  • The Tales Of Mandolina - Volume Two (2016)
  • The Device (2016)
  • The Tales Of Mandolina - Volume Three (2017)
  • Lewis And The Book Of Secrets - Childrens picture book (2017)

External links[edit]



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