Ontario-based songwriter, guitarist, bassist, singer and producer who has worked in the Canadian music scene for over a decade. My tracks focus on delivering the best performance of the perfect part for your songs, serve the writer's vision and serving the song.
Hi my name is Nick Ferrio. I've worked in the Canadian music scene for over a decade. I've recorded electric guitar, acoustic guitar, lap steel guitar, pedal steel, bass, sang harmonies, and done session work on tracks and albums for a variety of artists.
My home studio is equipped with both analog tape machines and a variety of digital hardware that I use in tandem with a computer. I have a large selection of instruments at my disposal, as well as a variety of tube amps, boutique pedals, and 500-series pre-amps / rack gear along with a variety of high end microphones.
I've recorded in many studio settings and I bring that experience and expertise to every recording I make. Feel free to reach out, I'd love to work on your project!
Send me an email through 'Contact' button above and I'll get back to you asap.
- Bloody Miracles. ¬Self-Titled (Independent)
- The Burning Hell. Happy Birthday (Wee Werk Records)
- The Burning Hell. Baby (Wee Werk Records).
- Baby Eagle & the Proud Mothers. Bone Soldiers (You’ve Changed Records).
- The Burning Hell. People (Headless Owl Records).
- Nick Ferrio & His Feelings. Introducing (Shuffling Feet Records)
- Leanne Simpson. Islands of Decolonial Love. (ARP Books).
- Nick Ferrio & His Feelings. Half the Time (7th Fire Records).
- Nick Ferrio. Amongst the Coyotes & Birdsongs (Headless Owl Records).
- The Burning Hell. Public Library. (BB Island Records).
- Leanne Simpson. (f)light (RPM).
- Joey O’Neill. This Cabin. (Independent).
- Nick Ferrio - Soothsayer
- Nick Ferrio - Have a Nice Day
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Interview with Nick Ferrio
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: I worked with July Talk and Broken Social Scene to record a song with students from an all Indigenous High School. I helped with the songwriting, as well as playing guitar on the track. It was a thrill to be in the studio with some of Canada's biggest names!
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: I love working with both digital and analog (and I do)!
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I typically do overdubs for folks, a lot of guitar parts and bass parts, harmony vocals etc. Some times a client will have a definitive idea of what they want, or other times they will have a reference track they are trying to emulate.