Nick Bailey

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Nick Bailey
Birth name James Nicholas Bailey
Origin Virginia, United States
Genres pop, alternative, country
Occupation(s) Songwriter, Producer, Musician
Instruments Vocals, guitars, drums, programming, piano, bass
Years active 2003-present

Nick Bailey is an American guitarist, songwriter, and producer signed to Prescription Songs. He began his musical career playing in the bands Over It and Runner Runner.

Career

Over It

Nick Bailey is a founding member of Over It and performed as a guitarist and background vocalist. The band was signed to Virgin Records and released Step Outside Yourself.[1]

Runner Runner

Members of Over It, Don't Look Down and Rufio joined together to form Runner Runner,[2] which was signed to Captiol Records and achieved radio success with their songs "So Obvious" (charted at #30 on the pop charts[3]) and "I Can't Wait", which has become a popular wedding song.

The Blueprint

Bailey is a founding member of The Blueprint. Formed in Los Angeles, 2012. A Production/Management collective. The goal is to write, produce and release songs with artists on major labels. The Blueprint also signed and developed songwriter Kyle Fishman, who co-wrote the biggest #1 in country music in 2017, Dustin Lynch "Small Town Boy."

Selected writing and production discography

2018

  • Rozes "I Don't" (writer/producer)
  • Dreamers "the Last Love Song" (writer/producer)
  • Dreamers "Misfits Tshirt" (writer/producer)
  • Dreamers "All Washed Out" (writer)
  • Dirty Heads "Visions" (writer/producer)
  • Milo Greene "Move" (writer/producer)
  • lil Aaron "4Life", "sometimes" (writer)
  • Mat Kearney "Wanted Man" (writer/producer)
  • Mat Kearney "Changes" (writer/producer)
  • Tim Legend "Anything Can Happen" (writer/producer)
  • Mainland "Stand by Me" (writer/producer)
  • Nothing, Nowhere "Sayer" (writer)
  • FF5 - "Out of this world" (writer/producer)
  • Josie Dunn - "Old School" (writer)

2017

  • Maroon 5 - "Visions" (writer/producer)
  • Blake Shelton - "Money" (writer)
  • Dan Tyminski - "Numb", "Gone" (writer)
  • Culpriit - "Driveway" (writer/producer)
  • Hayley Kiyoko - "Feelings" (writer/producer)
  • Dreamers - "Sweet Disaster (acoustic)" (producer)
  • Tim Legend - "Quicksand", "Telescope" (writer/producer)
  • Ernest K - "Trouble with us", "Insomnia" (writer)
  • Chain Gang of 1974 - "Wallflowers" (writer/producer)
  • Common Kings - "Mary Wanna" (writer) *appears on 2018 grammy nominated best reggae album

2016

  • Jake Miller - "Astronaut" (writer)
  • Jordan Fisher - "All I Wanna Do" (writer)
  • Dirty Heads - "Oxygen" (writer)
  • Mollie King - "Back to You" (writer)
  • Chris Lane - "Who's It Gonna Be" (writer)
  • Dreamers - "Never Too Late to Dance" (writer/producer)
  • Dreamers - "Painkiller" (writer)
  • Cilia - "Silhouettes in Slow Motion" (writer)
  • Whissell - "Rumours" (writer)
  • BUNT. - "Old Guitar" (writer/vocal producer)
  • Simple Plan - "Farewell" (writer)

2015

  • Lawson - "Love Is You" (writer)
  • Simple Plan - "Boom!" (writer)
  • Los 5 - "Manana" (writer/vocal producer)

2014

  • Zella Day - "Hypnotic" (writer)
  • Ben Rue - "I Can't Wait (Be My Wife)" (writer)
  • Niykee Heaton - "Champagne for the Pain" (writer/producer)
  • The Cab - "Numbers", "Stand Up" (writer/producer)

2013

  • Big Time Rush - "Song For You" (writer/producer)
  • Emblem 3 - "I Love LA" (writer/producer)
  • Chain Gang of 1974 - "Sleepwalking" (writer/producer)
  • Girl On Fire - "Losing My Identity" (writer)
  • Girl On Fire - "The Takedown" (writer)

2012

References

  1. ^ "Over It - Step Outside Yourself CD Album". www.cduniverse.com. 
  2. ^ Punknews.org. "Runner Runner (Over It, Rufio, Don't Look Down) sign to EMI/Capitol". www.punknews.org. 
  3. ^ "So Obvious". wweb.uta.edu. 

External links

  • http://www.theblueprintmusic.com
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