"Nick Lutsko sounds like the joint that Bob Dylan shared with the Beatles."
Nick Lutsko is back in his Chattanooga hometown to showcase his highly
diverse styles of music. Every
show is a unique, musical experience with an ever-changing lineup
that blends rock, funk, folk and blues.
Before briefly venturing away for a college education in 2009,
Lutsko’s most prominent work came from fronting the funk-rock trio
Infinite Orange on vocals and lead guitar along with bassist Austin
Leavell and drummer Ryan Guza. The band was formed in 2005 and has
since achieved many accomplishments such as opening up for national
acts Drive-By Truckers, The Whigs and Tea Leaf Green just to name a
few. The crew also played the Riverbend festival in 2007, 2009 and
At the ripe age of 22, Lutsko has returned to Chattanooga after
obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Commercial Songwriting at Middle
Tennessee State University. When his time wasn’t spent on studying
music he was kept busy by creating it. While in the Middle Tennessee
area, he performed songwriting showcases around Mufreesboro and
Nashville including the world famous Bluebird Café.
The songwriter's new LP, titled ‘Heart of Mold,’ pays homage to
classic albums such as Bob Dylan’s ‘Bringing it All Back Home’ and
Neil Young’s ‘Harvest.' [+]
Created: March 8, 2016, 8:32 a.m.
Last Modified: June 14, 2016, 4:42 p.m.