\\ EPK //
Emerging on the scene as an insightful interpreter of the Great American Songbook, Nick Drivas not only appeals to those familiar
with these enduring standards, but also finds a way to dynamically repackage and reintroduce this timeless music in a way that revives
interest with a new generation of younger audiences.
Spanning the 1920’s through the 1960’s, the Great American Songbook is an evolving collection of American-written standards that
embody an ever-changing landscape of American composition.
In efforts to spread and preserve this timeless collection of American culture, Nick utilizes his magnificent vocals and insightful interpretative
skills to share these classics with a wide array of audiences -- young and old.
Nick has performed at many venues across the country including The Dr. Phillips Center, Orlando, Florida/ The Palladium, Center for The
Performing Arts, Carmel, Indiana/ Symphony Space, New York, New York/ and the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota, Florida.
Nick's mission is not only to introduce and perform this music to a younger audience base but to educate and spread the influences of
this long-lasting piece of American history and to contribute towards its preservation for many generations to come.
Great American Songbook, Jazz, Blues,
FEINSTEIN'S / 54 BELOW
SOLO CABARET, NYC DEBUT
"LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT"
"YOUNGER THAN SPRINGTIME"
SINATRA CENTENNIAL TOUR
"WHAT KIND OF FOOL AM I?"
Central Florida Future - "Nick Drivas sounded somewhat like a young Josh Groban in his powerful performance of “Kiss of the Spider Woman”
Showbiz North Florida - "the astounding Florida native Nick Drivas...who brought the house down with his interpretation of The King and I’s “I Have Dreamed”
Talkin' Broadway - "Nick Drivas as Lucky is the strongest dancer, making "Choo Choo Honeymoon" a show stopper"
Height: 6'0" Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
.Love at First Sight - Original Solo Cabaret (Dir. Scott Coulter) Debuted at 54 Below NYC.
.The Sinatra Centennial Tour: Starring Michael Feinstein (Opener).
-I Love a Piano (Jim)
-West Side Story (Tony)
-Legally Blonde (Emmett)
-Thoroughly Modern Millie (Trevor)
-Little Shop of Horrors (Orin Scrivello D.D.S.)
-Oklahoma! Will Parker (U/S, Ensemble)
-Oklahoma! (Jud Fry)