Wonderlust have won the hearts of thousands (and climbing) with their own blend of "Sexy Pop/Rock"; Heart felt lyrics, precise instrumentation, and catchy melodies. Formerly FN-Co., the band's music has been heard in your favorite MTV shows, and compared to the likes of Maroon 5, DMB, & Coldplay


Time•less mu•sic [time-less myoo-zik]
Wonderlust is a 4-piece NYC-based Pop/Rock outfit that defines the term timeless music, by creating songs that supersede all current trends, fads, & “flavors of the week”. The music is universally appealing and memorable; with themes of love, desire, heartbreak, and lust that shatter all cultural & generational boundaries. They have been compared in the press to the likes of other timeless artists, such as Maroon 5, Coldplay, and John Mayer. Wonderlust’s four members are Fred Niznik (lead vocals, principle songwriter, & rhythm guitar), Steve Gregoire (lead guitar), Pete Cetinich (drums), and Cody Darbe (bass guitar & background vocals). They are set to release their first single, “Hide Out”, in July 2008, followed by “Good Morning Sunshine” in August ’08. Both songs are produced by Anand Gan & Doug Davis of Flytrap Productions, and mixed by Grammy-Winning engineer Ken Lewis (John Legend, Soul Asylum, Usher).

Wonderlust was formed in the autumn of 2007, after three of its members (Fred, Steve, & Pete) had a successful run from 2005-2007 as “FN-Co.” FN-Co. played a variety of colleges, universities, festivals, and clubs all over the U.S., as well as performing dates with the likes of Clarence Clemons (of the E-Street Band), Third Eye Blind, and Ben Folds. The band even went as far as having its music placed on popular MTV shows such as “The Hills”, “The Real World”, & “Two-A-Days”. Its ever-expanding fan base was strengthened by the media, with television appearances on PBS, as well as a myriad of interviews, features, and reviews in newspapers, magazines, and web sites throughout the country. After 2 years together and 6K MySpace fans, the band decided to change their name from FN-Co. (an acronym for Fred Niznik & Company) to Wonderlust. The new name represents the undeniable bond they have developed over the years, and breaks the mold of “a band backing up a lead singer.” Insert the multi-talented musician/vocalist Cody Darbe into the mix, and you have the current and most exciting line-up to date.

Wonderlust has also played in-stores at various Bloomingdale's, and are involved in certain charities such as Save Darfur and Action Against Hunger

Look out for this “timeless” band at your favorite club, website, or magazine very soon!

For all inquiries including live shows, press, etc., please contact:
Don Di Napoli – Owner & Founder of Prototype Entertainment, LLC (NYC)


Wonderlust is set to release their debut EP in the Fall of 2009 including:

"Hide Out", "Good Morning Sunshine", & "Modern People" both produced by Flytrap Productions and mixed by Grammy Award Winner Ken Lewis - they are available on iTunes HERE, as well as other fine online retailers such as Amazon and Rhapsody

FN-Co. released their self-titled 7 song EP on October 18, 2006. The album was produced and mixed by Ariel Borujow, who has worked with the likes Black Eyed Peas, Strokes, P. Diddy, and Dave Matthews. You can purchase the album at www.cdbaby.com/fnco or on iTunes.

Lead singer Fred Niznik's debut album, "The Renaissance LP", was released on November 16, 2004. Buy the CD at http://www.cdbaby.com/niznik or on iTunes

Set List

Set list varies per night, depending on crowd and alloted time

Live originals:

Good Morning Sunshine
Modern People
Feel Your Fire
Jeff's Tune
At Arm's Length
Emotional Rollercoaster
Free Again
White Soul
I Need You More
Your Number
Bits & Pieces
My Sweet Lady
Road to Reservoir
Black Eyes
Fountain of Youth


"Dear Prudence"- The Beatles
"Long Train Running"- The Doobie Brothers
"Take Me Out"- Franz Ferdinand
#41" and "Ants Marching"- Dave Matthews Band
"Sunday Morning"- Maroon 5
"What I Got"- Sublime
"Karma Police"- Radiohead
"Send Me On My Way"- Rusted Root
"Wonderwall"- Oasis
"Say it Aint So" - Weezer
"Soft" and "Sex on Fire - Kings of Leon
"Yellow" - Coldplay
"Reptilia" - The Strokes
"Time to Pretend" - MGMT