Nick Fuse entered this life as singer-songwriter for The Lubricunts, a New York area rock band that performed at CBGB's, My Father's Place, and the infamous Mudd Club in Manhattan, as well as Lubricunts’ Home Base at The Showplace in Dover, New Jersey.
When the Lubricunts demised, Rat Skates and D.D. Blaze formed Over Kill, Bill Vector went to Hollywood, and Nick Fuse emigrated to Northern Vermont where he studied music, writing, religion, sex, art and drinking with guest lecturers Madison Smartt Bell and Raymond Carver, Wendell Berry, and many others (real and imaginary).
Forced to abandon the bucolic pleasures of Northern Vermont in order to earn a living, he tried his hand at a variety of unsatisfying employments, ranging from roofer to airport baggage handler to invoice clerk. He currently survives as a Contributing Consultant for Fortune 100 corporations.
Nick Fuse has several CD Available on iTunes and Amazon.com:
1) Songs of Love & Woe
Songs of Love & Woe is a Modern Folk Tale of the search to find and keep Love in the Modern World. These songs represent the Best of Nick Fuse prior to 9/11/01, and encompass the Beginning to the End of a 5-year romantic relationship. The final song "Happy Song" is Nick Fuse's #1 selling and covered tune.
2) Out of Darkness
Nearly destroyed in the 9/11/01 attack on New York, it took Nick Fuse nine years to rise Out Of Darkness and Begin Again with his music career. Though older now, and very much beaten, there is Beauty in his Supplication, Voice, and Heart, all gifts he claims not as his own. This humble offering is meant to inspire others to Rise from Darkness and embrace Love and Life while it lasts, for Darkness lasts Forever.