This article was originally distributed via PRWeb. PRWeb, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.
Top-Ten Billboard charting musician Nicholas Gunn releases mobile app for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Blackberry
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 17, 2012
One would think a flautist or flutist (either one is actually correct) releasing their own mobile app means blowing into a smart phone and playing it like a flute. Well, that's already been done apparently.
Nicholas Gunn has a different take on playing the flute and how someone should use his new mobile app. He believes, and his track record certainly proves, that playing the flute is sexy and, for couples, extremely romantic! Downloading this new mobile app gives access to Mr. Gunn's extensive music catalog with fun features such as sending a personal photo.....how sexy is that!
Mr. Gunn has released 14 studio albums, sold a few million copies, and has been a continued presence on the Billboard charts. I guess a few million people can't be wrong, playing the flute must be sexy and romantic when it comes to Mr. Gunn's music?! Known for his Latin influenced, laid back approach, it's not just all flute music. In fact, there are stunning instrumentals on his latest effort Thirty-One Nights featuring Flamenco guitar and provocative spoken word. It's like being covered in whipped cream......just don't forget to send a picture!
Be one tap away from the latest in the world of Nicholas Gunn! Stay on top of the latest Nicholas Gunn news, videos, events, and more in a beautiful, interactive, and personal experience.
Nicholas Gunn is a Top-Ten Billboard charting musician. With a reputation as being one of the world's best selling flutists, he is in the upper echelon of contemporary instrumentalists. A classically trained musician, he has released over fourteen solo projects, selling over two million copies world wide making him a double platinum selling artist.
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/11/prweb10140308.htm