Nation Of One
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Nation Of One

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The best kept secret in music


"Wb2 News Denver"

Wb2 News in Denver covered Nation Of One before a Columbine Rememberance concert.
Video link below: - Wb2

"Channel 13 and Walmart"

Colorado Springs news station Channel 13 covered Nation of One during a benefit concert for a robbery victim.
Video covereage below: - Channel 13

"Channel 13 coverage of concert"

Nation Of One was covered by Channel 13 for a concert in the Springs.
The story is based around the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind. The school has NEVER had a band perform and most of the students have never seen a live band in thier lives.

News coverage below: - Channel 13


Self-titled Debut Album. Airplay on several US stations and some in the UK


Feeling a bit camera shy


Nation Of One was developed in 2004 by a series of circumstances that lead the band to its seemingly inevitable union. The group solidified and made a name for themselves in Colorado and parts of the East Coast. With TV news coverage of Nation Of One's strong belief in charitable causes, the band became reputable in Colorado Springs. With the release of their first album and the development of their first music video, they hope to gain national recognition as well.

The band started in the basement of bass player Albert Aguirre. After several small projects Albert decided to start his own band focusing on music that was real, heart felt and spoke to the listeners in a personal way.

"I wanted to do things differently, I wanted to make it real and I wanted it to relate to what people are going through in their day to day lives.." -Albert Aguirre

Soon after, long time friend Stan Butler was asked to join the project. He agreed and the writing process began.

With only bass and guitar, the search for a singer and drummer began. After a few failed attempts Stan and Albert were not dismayed. They pressed on and finally found the missing pieces, Rachel Brown and Richard Ornelas.

"When we first met Rachel we expected it to be like all the other auditions, simple, to the point and average. When she sang our jaws dropped. Not only was her voice amazing but she had the writing skills we have been looking for and the personality to match" -Stan Butler

Along with Richards drive and incredible drumming skills, Nation Of One was born.

Nation Of One launched their project with a US tour April of 2004. Immediately fans saw a difference in their music style and performance energy.

Nation Of One music is an eclectic mix of punk, modern rock and even jazz, bringing together a unique mixture of sounds that invokes a broad demographic. The lyrics are positive, optimistic, and uplifting. The music is captivating and fun to listen to for age groups ranging from teens to young adults. Nation Of One members are established musicians with many years of experience behind them. They are career minded but have not lost sight of what matters most, the music.