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Pop bluesy to Americana

Just Wait CD is a nice variety of songs from pop to Americana showing the song writing & vocal diversity of Nikki Hornsby. She inherited her talent from her grandfather whom she never met. His abilities to sing different types of songs Nikki Hornsby can do as well as write & perform as a musician. just Listen to the entire CD and u most definitely will become a fan of her work. Do research to learn about her respectful lifelong career in the music recording industry through bing/google. Nikki Hornsby is, was, and always knows music is a responsibility to share a gift she was given like the truth in the the last song on Just Wait does express.

Biography

Born: Long Beach, CA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in California but raised in Virginia, singer/songwriter and 12-string guitarist Nikki Hornsby -- no relation to Bruce Hornsby, although she is the granddaughter of trumpet player Dan Hornsby -- began playing music at a young age, trying several instruments before sticking with the guitar. She gigged regularly during her college years on the East Coast, and when her schedule didn't have room for both school and making music, she took time off from school. In the mid-'70s, she returned to California...
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