More Rock Goes Acoustic: Nico Vega

And speaking of Nico Vega and rock going acoustic, looks like my fave rockers recently did an acoustic session. What’s even more exciting is they are showcasing one of their newer tunes “Human/Animal”. Is it just me, or does this format bring out the beauty of Aja’s voice even more?

Also, I’m really loving this take on “Gravity”:

For comparison’s sake, Nico Vega’s “Gravity” music video (can you spot me or Amanda?)

~ Kristen

4 comments on “More Rock Goes Acoustic: Nico Vega
  1. boatdoll says:

    Thank you for sharing these new & amazing acoustic sessions. I completely agree that Aja’s voice and Rich’s guitar work can be enjoyed and appreciated to an even higher degree when performing acoustic. However, seeing the trio live & plugged-in produces an explosive and primal element that has to be experienced. Their ability to deliver in these two diverse environments is tribute to their impressive talent. Please add (acoustic) “Medicine Man” and “Beast” to your site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i81xb0fsdLI

  2. boatdoll says:

    Thank you for sharing these new & amazing acoustic sessions. I completely agree that Aja’s voice and Rich’s guitar work can be enjoyed and appreciated to an even higher degree when performing acoustic. However, seeing the trio live & plugged-in produces an explosive and primal element that has to be experienced. Their ability to deliver in these two diverse environments is tribute to their impressive talent. Please add (acoustic) “Medicine Man” and “Beast” to your site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i81xb0fsdLIhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFDFiD3iJck&feature=related

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