With 7 albums, hundreds of tour dates, and dozens of songs placed throughout television and film, Alex Nackman has found a way to see through the fog and have others see him, as he has run the proverbial music career gamut as a songwriter and artist, producer and composer. He has had the privilege of opening for Norah Jones, The Roots, Zac Brown Band, Macy Gray, and Buddy Guy to name a few. He has headlined venerable rooms such as The Troubadour in Los Angeles, ShowBox SoDo in Seattle, 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville, Cafe Du Nord in San Francisco, and The Borderline in London, England among many others over the years.
Drawing influence from the nostalgic sounds of 1980s British New Wave and 1990s American Alternative Rock, the personal sound of Alex Nackman is reminiscent of The Cure, Tears for Fears, U2, Depeche Mode, Radiohead, Badly Drawn Boy, Oasis, Jeff Buckley, and others all rolled into one. His musical style hearkens back to the dreamy and pensive sounds from the past while constantly retaining and reinventing the energy and impact of current alternative rock. He's an artist that shows true staying power in a period where moments, songs, and singles can be fleeting.