Nite Owl gets booked to perform live more than any other Hip Hop artist or group in the St. Louis area. In 2007, he solidified that his name would not be forgotten after winning the Best Independently Released Album in the Riverfront Times Music Awards for his album "Now You Can Boo Me". He has since released 5 additional independent albums.
Nite Owl uniquely performs hip hop music along-side a live band and DJ, which makes his shows something exciting and new. His performances are innumerable, but include being the show opener for The Roots in 2007, Talib Kweli and Little Brother in 2008, and Waka Flocka Flame in 2012. He also performed in the first ever HOT 104.1FM Super Jam Concert at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in 2008. Nite Owl took home 1st place in the HOT 104.1FM Koch Madness Competition, after competing with 208 other St. Louis Hip Hop artists.
In early 2012 Nite Owl was awarded "Best Hip Hop Artist" in the Riverfront Times Music Awards, proving that he only gets better and outlasted many other indie artists in his region. In December 2012, Nite Owl signed a record deal with Monarchy Records, A Division of Spectra Music Group. Ultimately you will want to cheer for this St. Louis talent extraordinaire, as he's created a sweet blend of musical styles. His style embodies the integrity of underground lyrical hip hop music, paired with the characteristics of commercial mass appeal.
Nite Owl and T.E.A.M. NiTRO have been astounding audiences and giving music critics something to rave about. His bar is set high, and he works hard to give his fans new music rapidly and consistently. Nite Owl's music is timeless, authentic, and real. Nite Owl's Hip Hop resume is impressive, but more importantly, his music speaks for itself.
"My live show is exciting, and when people see it, it's not often they forget who I am", says Nite Owl.