Nick is an in-demand freelance guitarist in the pop world, having toured in the UK, Europe and China with some of the biggest names in the pop/rock industry.
Some recent highlights include working with Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Gregory Porter, Charlotte Church, Professor Green, Michael Ball, Matt Berry, Richard Jones (The Feeling) and Guy Pratt (Pink Floyd) as part of the Groucho Gang Show house band for two years.
Additional freelance work includes:
Nick spends a lot of his time working in the orchestral pits across the West End. This is supported by an eclectic musical education and fluency on multiple stringed instruments. He is currently deputising on Hamilton, The Drifters' Girl, Come From Away, Pretty Woman, Heathers and The Book Of Mormon.
In 2020 Nick took over the guitar chair on the BBC Radio 2 Sound of the 60s Live with Tony Blackburn UK tour as a member of the Leo Green Orchestra having deputised on the show throughout 2019. He is also currently working on Brendan Cole's Show Man UK & Ireland tour under musical director Barry Robinson.
Past productions include:
Since graduating from the Jazz & Commercial course at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Nick has worked with singers including Claire Martin, Tina May, Clare Teal, Nicole Henry, James Hudson, Helena Debono; plus a wide variety of jazz instrumentalists including Perico Sambeat, Jim Mullen, Libor Smoldas, Nikki Illes and Pete Churchill.
As well as Nick's work as a sideman, he has been promoting shows for both The Nick Fitch Quartet and The Nick Fitch Organ Trio.
Since arriving in London in 2015, Nick's bands have performed all over the country in venues such as Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, Pizza Express (Dean St, Maidstone and Pheasentry), St John's Smith Square, Hampstead Jazz Club, The Apex (Bury St Edmunds), Dereham Hall, Norwich Cathedral and more.