Nick Perri is an American guitarist, singer/songwriter, and producer from Philadelphia, PA. He is a founding member of Silvertide, Mount Holly, and most recently, The Underground Thieves. Nick has also played guitar and wrote for superstar artists Perry Farrell, sister Christina Perri, Matt Sorum, Jimmy Gnecco, DOROTHY, and many others.
Nick is a platinum selling songwriter, and in 2016 produced a Transformers complication album for Hasbro/Sony.
In addition, Nick has placed music in movies, TV shows, and commercials; including ads for CBS, The WB Network, Theraflu, The NHL, Fox Sports, Squarespace, and he also appeared and performed in the M. Night Shyamalan film "Lady In The Water."
Mount Holly’s full-length album "Stride By Stride" was released Nov 3rd 2017 and entered the TOP 40 on the iTunes Alternative Music charts, peaking at #32.
On January 4th 2018 Nick unveiled his new group The Underground Thieves. The band's music and accompanying short films have received praise from around the globe, with their release “White Noise” being named ‘song of the week’ in the UK at LouderSound.com, describing it as, “An enveloping swirl of 70s glam-tinged vocals and warming, melodious Americana that grows into something bigger and almost psychedelic...”
“Whole Lotta Money”, The Underground Thieves' most recent release has already started earning acclaim for its captivating sounds and confident moods from the band’s music industry contemporaries, including Greta Van Fleet’s Danny Wagner, Blackberry Smoke’s Charlie Starr, and Gibson’s Director of Brand Experience, Mark Agnesi.
“I haven’t heard a song that has made me LITERALLY want to get up and get a guitar and start playing immediately since I was a little kid.” - Danny Wagner
“This song is infectious. You can’t not boogie when you hear it. And, not only does it contain Nick Perri’s fantastic guitar playing, but he has stepped up to the vocal mic and is singing his ass off[.]" - Charlie Starr
“The guitar playing, the tones, that drum groove, the hook...everything about it is infectious." - Mark Agnesi
For more visit www.undergroundthieves.com
“Few music careers begin as dramatically as that of Philadelphia's bluesy rocker Nick Perri.”
- Jon Wiederhorn, Rolling Stone