In The Nick of Time
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In The Nick of Time

Miami, Florida, United States | INDIE

Miami, Florida, United States | INDIE
Band Pop Children's Music


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"Parents' Choice Gold Award"

Nick Deysher (performing as the cleverly named In the Nick of Time) combines his musical pedigree with a finely tuned ear to both the interests and concerns of young children. Deysher delivers fun, memorable, age appropriate songs balanced within music and instrumentation that demonstrates what multi-cultural music has to offer.

The album begins with the deliciously rhythmic and melodic reggae bath-time song "Scruba duba dub," before seamlessly segueing into the Soweto (South African) influenced title track. The spoken Punk music history lesson yields to the fabulously silly (yet instructive) "Punk Rock Vowels," where Deysher intones in his best Joey Ramone imitation "A, E, IOU, sometimes Y can be a vowel too." Elsewhere, there is an authentically played calypso backing to the celebration of children turning "Four," while his ode to "Sneakers" is given some Allman Brothers, country rock treatment. His mastery of many musical styles can be heard in the delta swing, instructive tale of "Alligator Sally," the funky "Race Car," the movement game "The Freeze Dance," and the lovely, Marvin Gaye inspired "Everybody's Afraid of Something." Favorites abound, including the Tracey Deysher crooned "Out of Green Paint Blues," the barrelhouse piano boogie of "I've Got A Little Dog," and the calliope driven "Three Ringed Circus." Parents, in particular, will smile at Deysher's Dylan-esque "Subterranean Homemade Junk Band."

The combination of wit, intelligence, skilled instrumentation and a genuine understanding of what children are all about put this at the top of our list. - Parents' Choice Foundation


2002 One Man Band
2003 In The Nick of Time
2007 Coconut Groove
2009 People, Places and Things

Top Singles on iTunes:
1) The Dinosaur Song
2) The Goodbye Song
3) The Otter Song
4) Racecar
5) Scrub a dub a dub

Radio airplay (including live performance) on WERS Boston 88.9
XM Kids



Since 2000, Nick Deysher has been delighting children and parents alike with his unique style of kids’ music. As a preschool teacher, Nick heard time and again from parents that they were searching for music that was appropriate for the smaller set, but didn’t drive them crazy in the process. By combining various styles of popular music with themes and concepts from his preschool and elementary curriculum, Nick has discovered the magic formula that gets everyone big and small up and dancing.
To date Nick’s music production company, In The Nick of Time Music has released three albums of great family music. With hints of Rock, Pop, Reggae, Jazz, Blues, Country, Hip-Hop and Latin music there is something for everyone to enjoy. In 2006, Nick was honored by the Television Academy with the prestigious Fred Roger’s Memorial Scholarship for excellence in children’s media. Their support allowed In The Nick of Time to release Coconut Groove (2007) Nick’s first studio album. The hit single, The Dinosaur Song received an honorable mention in the John Lennon Song Writing Contest for Children’s Music.
Nick plans to follow the success of Coconut Groove with his latest album, People, Places and Things which is set for release in November of 2009. Nick will be touring to promote People, Places and Things throughout South Florida and the East Coast.

Fact Sheet
2000: Nick begins work as a Preschool Teacher in Massachusetts.
2001: Nick forms In The Nick of Time music and releases One Man Band
his first self-produced Kids’ Music CD.
2003: Nick releases In The Nick of Time his second CD of Kids’ Music
2005: Nick moves to Miami to pursue a master’s degree in studio music production at the University of Miami
2006: Nick receives the Fred Rogers Memorial Scholarship
Nick interns with Barney and Friends television program
2007: Nick releases Coconut Groove his third CD of Kids’ Music which has sold across the nation and world wide on iTunes.
2009: People, Places and Things, Nick’s forth CD of Kid’s Music is produced and is released in November.
2010: People, Places and Things receives Parents' Choice Gold Award.

Recent Performances
November 21th, 2010: Picnic in the Park @ the Barnacle State Park, Coconut Grove, FL
October 23rd, 2010: Fairchild Tropical Gardens, Edible Garden Festival, Coral Gables, FL
October 21st, 2010: Plymouth Preschool Family Picnic, Coconut Grove, FL
October 16th, 2010: Kampong Botanical Gardens, Coconut Grove, FL
August 14th, 2010: Whole Brood Brunch, Deli Lane, Brickell (Miami), FL
July 30th, 2010: Camp Dance "Big Top Circus," Plymouth Preschool, Coconut Grove, FL
July 2nd, 2010: Camp Dance "American Tribute," Plymouth Preschool, Coconut Grove, FL
July 16th, 2010: Camp Dance "In The Jungle," Plymouth Preschool, Coconut Grove, FL
June 25th, 2010: Summer Camp @ Beth Moshe Synagog, North Miami, FL
June 18th, 2010: Camp Dance "Island Adventure," Plymouth Preschool, Coconut Grove, FL
May 8th, 2010: Mayfest @ Plymouth Preschool, Coconut Grove, FL
April 22nd, 2010: FREE FAMILY CONCERT, Barnes and Nobles, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
December 27th 2009: After Christmas Concert Congregation Nursery School, Westborough, MA
November 15th-16th: CD Pre-Release Event, The Barnacle State Park, Coconut Grove, FL
October 9th 2009: Funtastic Friday, Anniversary Park, Hollywood, FL
August 13th 2009: Radio Lollipop 13th Birthday, Miami Children’s Hospital
July 25th 2009: Funtastic Friday, Anniversary Park, Hollywood, FL
March 1st 2009: Heather on Earth Celebration, Joe Dimaggio Hospital
April 11th 2009: Funtastic Friday, Anniversary Park, Hollywood, FL
December 28th 2008: Congregational Preschool, Westborough, MA
November 15th 2008: Funtastic Friday, Anniversary Park, Hollywood, FL
November 11th 2008: A.A.O.H. Anniversary Celebration, Hollywood, FL
October 10th 2008: H.A.A.S. Showcase, Arts Park, Hollywood, FL
September 7th 2008: Parent to Parent TV spot, Channel 7 News, Miami, FL
December 27th 2007: Congregational Preschool, Westborough, MA
November 30th 2007: Festival of Voices, Voices 4 Children, Coral Gables, FL