Nicholas Gunn's Thirty-One Nights Voted Amongst Best Instrumental Albums Of 2012

Renowned Music Host And Critic John P. Olsen Announces Top Instrumental Albums Of 2012, Nicholas Gunn's Latest Album Thirty-One Nights Among Them.

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Thrity-One Nights Artists, Dana Kemmerle, Nicholas Gunn, and Chris Fossek

It has been five years since my last release and I wanted to have an album I could be extremely proud of. It took a long time to create the perfect atmosphere for this record.
- Nicholas Gunn

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 10, 2013

It's really no surprise that Nicholas Gunn's latest album Thirty-One Nights was announced as one of the Best Instrumental Albums of 2012 by renowned host and music critic John P Olsen. Gunn's career spans 20 years, 14 releases, 2 million worldwide sales, and 55 consecutive weeks on the Billboard music charts. 

His latest effort is fast becoming a must have album for the genre. Debuting at #8 on the Billboard New Age charts in its first week, Thirty-One Nights, according to Gunn, is his best effort to date. "It has been five years since my last release and I wanted to have an album I could be extremely proud of. It took a long time to create the perfect atmosphere for this record" says Gunn. 

Thirty-One Nights is a passionate and introspective musical journey though the lush jungles, beautiful blue shores, and ancient Mayan ruins of Mexico‚Äôs Yucatan Peninsula. Gunn spent thirty-one nights in this tropical paradise researching the culture and recording flutes atop Mayan Pyramids. It certainly shows in the outstanding quality of composition and production. 

You can find Thirty-One Nights among the Top 12 Instrumental Albums of 2012 right next to other renowned instrumentalists such as Vangelis, Yanni and William Ackerman at John P Olsen's NewAgeMusicWorld.com.