To Lose A Girl

Nicky’s 2015 release TO LOSE A GIRL merges her eclectic, organic style with an orchestral, experimental production.  The resulting songs have a depth and breadth that is strikingly innovative. The music shines with power players Benmont Tench (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), Greg Leisz (The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton), Blake Mills (Fiona Apple, Lucinda Willams), and Gabe Witcher (The Punch Brothers).  Highlights include duets with Blake Mills on ʻNo Warningʼ and Jackson Browne on ʻThe Only Loveʼ.

TO LOSE A GIRL is available through CD Baby.
Produced & Mixed by Scrote
Mastering by Gavin Lurssen
Engineering by Bill Mims, Blair Sinta, Brett Simons, Chris Steffen, Scrote, Sheldon Gomberg,
Photographs by Ed Colver
CD Design by Deja Morlan


Nicky Corbett – lead and backing vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, percussion
Benmont Tench – piano (1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9)
Blair Sinta – Drums
Blake Mills – electric guitar and solo (5, 6), duet vocal and backing vocal (6)
Brett Simons – bass guitar
Celia Chavez – backing vocals (1, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10)Danny Frankel – percussion
Gabe Witcher – fiddle
Greg Leisz – electric guitar (1), mandolin (4), bottleneck guitars (5), pedal steel (1, 4, 6, 10)
Jackson Browne – duet vocal (3)
Mike Klooster – synthesizers (9)
Nathaniel Walcott – flugelhorn (4), trumpet (7, 8)
Nick Mancini – vibes (2, 4, 5, 8, 9)
Rami Jaffee – accordian and B3 (9)
Rob Shrock – piano and strings (7)
Scrote – electric guitars, organ, piano, keys, percussion, backing vocals quartet (9), solos
Sean Watkins – acoustic guitar (5), mandolin (6, 10)
Willie Watson – banjo (5, 7)

“Amazing…a true rock and roll angel.” – Rhian Rees

“Nicky’s voice transports you into her world. The depth of her latest album is stunning. I am listening over and over!” – Karen Chapman

“A strongly melodic record about love and other dark things. If “Gonna Be Alright” alone doesn’t make you melt, then I just don’t know what to do with you.” – Benmont Tench

“Nicky’s songs have depth and wonder built in to them, which is no mean feat. I hear traces of Beth Orton, PJ Harvey, both of whom I adore. Really good stuff.” – Ian Espinoza, Recording Artist & Songwriter