Nancy Vincic is a singer-songwriter from Stoney Creek, Ontario Canada. Her passion and love for music began at an early age, as she was always singing and performing in front of family and friends. Her love for rock and roll music was heavily influenced by listening to her parent’s records of Queen, Bon Jovi, and many Canadian artists like Bryan Adams and Amanda Marshall. She began to perform at open mic nights, and began to compete in singing competitions across the city. At age 14 she learned piano and picked up the guitar at 16, and decided to write and perform her own music. It wasn’t until she attended high school that she knew she would pursue a career in music. She was a lead vocalist in her high school pop/rock choir, the BR Xpression, singing songs by Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, and Pink. It was there she gained experience in performing in front of a number of audiences and various venues across the city and also across North America. During her tenure with Xpression, she traveled to Chicago, New York City, Myrtle Beach and Nashville to compete in the Heritage Music Festivals. In 2014, she was the recipient of the Maestro Award in Nashville, Tennessee for her vocal performance. Following high school, in 2014 she sang the National Anthem at a Toronto Argonauts game. In 2015, she was the recipient of the Emerging Artist award at the City of Hamilton Arts Awards, as well as a performer at the Pan Am Games Promenade Event at Gore Park in Hamilton. She was also accepted into The Berklee College of Music. In 2016, she moved to Toronto to pursue her musical studies at one of Canada’s most prestigious music schools, Humber College. She is working to complete her Bachelor of Music Degree in Voice. Within her first year, she worked alongside many talented faculty members which included Rik Emmett, singer/guitarist of the successful Canadian band Triumph, learning performance skills and the craft of songwriting. In 2017, she provided backup vocals with the BR Xpression Vocal Ensemble for pop sensation LORDE at the MuchMusic Video Awards. She is currently performing across Hamilton and the Greater Toronto Area, and is working to release her first single in the summer of 2020.