His latest, Simplicity, is another stop along this enjoyable journey around the world as he explores not only the attraction of flamenco but the romanticism of Brazilian and salsa music and the beautiful mystique of Japan. In addition to tossing in his own version of reggae, new age, and even country. His beautiful “Forever Dad,” an obvious tribute to the man he cherished, is indeed soulful but hardly “hip hop,” as he tends to see it. At any rate, whatever you may want to call it, it affects and impacts. Ronald Jackson, The Smooth Jazz Ride
Thank you for being on ” Today in LA, Weekend Show” Once again Nocy was fantastic! Our phones were off the hook! And our numbers that day were huge! I was very pleased with both the music, and the interview. Thanks to your professionalism and performing skills.
Cyrus Smith, producer Today LA Show.
One of the many world-class entertainer who perform each year at the Garlic Festival no one is more anticipated or appreciated that you. It must look wonderful to look out at the audience and see 25,000 people truly enjoy your music. As a festival producer, it is of the utmost important to select not just good talent, but to select the caliber of performer that will ensure the audience leaving the event having being well entertained, and anticipating next year’s festival. You are definitely one such performer….
Katherine Veniero executive producer Los Angeles Garlic Festival…
Like a stampede of horses racing out of a gate, flamenco guitarist Nocy is back with another fiery and passionate production. This one is titled Why Worry and contains some new and interesting twists for the smokin’ guitarist, like adding rap artists to a few of the tracks for a gripping impact.Granted, many a jazzer’s eyebrows may raise at the thought of introducing rap to Latin music in the way Nocy does it here. Trust me, the guitarist has found away to make this work – most of the time. Ronald Jackson The Smooth Jazz Ride..