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Erica Nockalls was born on 30 August, 1983 in Rotherham. Discover Erica Nockalls's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 37 years old?

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Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 30 August 1983
Birthday 30 August
Birthplace Rotherham

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Dutch Head is an alternative pop project conceived by George Taylor with material co-written and vocalised by Nockalls. Their debut release is a full album entitled The Music of Sound (2016).


In 2015 Nockalls accepted an invitation from Shane Embury Napalm Death to take part as vocalist in his collaboration project, Tronos.


EN2 (2014). The second solo album by Nockalls comprises 11 original songs written, recorded, produced, mixed, and released by Nockalls. In January 2014 she set a goal to produce and self-release an album within the one year. EN2 was funded entirely by sales of her artwork and album pre-sales through her website.

Nockalls held her debut gallery exhibition at Havill & Travis, Birmingham, 2014. The event was an album launch for her 2nd studio album release EN2. She created a painting for each album track, using each song's subject matter as inspiration. The paintings were displayed at listening stations for each song.


Nockalls has been performing as live guest violinist with The Proclaimers since the Scottish folk rock band first asked her to play the fiddle solo on the song Sunshine on Leith, live at Edinburgh Castle in 2008. Nockalls's guest appearances with The Proclaimers have since included performances at many televised UK festivals, including the Glastonbury Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival, V Festival and Belladrum. Nockalls appeared live on The One Show, BBC 1 with The Proclaimers, on 16 October 2013.

Imminent Room, Nockalls's debut solo album was released on Independent Records ltd in 2013. The album comprises 11 original songs written and performed by Nockalls in an art-rock/alternative genre.

"It took me until I was 27 to feel I was ready to write my solo album, and as the mission statement explains in the Imminent Room artwork, I was bored of hearing and being disappointed by the efforts of almost everybody else, so I thought I'd invent my own music and stop moaning about it. It's not like I'm a good little classically trained violinist turned bad – I've always been like this, it's just now it's coming out."


Nockalls toured as live violinist, viola player and backing vocalist for Fink on the Wheels Turn Beneath My Feet European tour, 2012.


Imminent Room was mixed and co-produced by TV composer George Taylor (Fratelli Brothers). The pair initially met in 2008 when Taylor employed Nockalls to record strings on his various TV projects, including BBC Arena documentaries: The Dreams of William Golding [2012] and The Hunt for Moby Dick [2009], Farm Fixer [2012] and At Your Service [RTE/BBC 2008–2010], Romy Schneider – A Woman in 3 Notes [ORF / Arte 2008].


Nockalls accepted an entrance scholarship to study violin performance and voice at Birmingham Conservatoire. She was mentored by the Japanese violin virtuoso Ken Aiso, graduating in 2006.

In 2006 Nockalls began to tour as violinist with The Wonder Stuff's lead singer and guitarist, performing acoustically as a duo. Hunt and Nockalls have written and released 2 studio albums together, and produced and released 2 acoustic compilation albums, and 1 live album.


Nockalls joined UK alternative indie rock band The Wonder Stuff as violinist in 2005 after The Wonder Stuff's producer spotted the violinist busking in Stratford-upon-Avon. Whilst studying at Birmingham Conservatoire, Nockalls frequently busked in the cities and towns of the West Midlands on weekends to support herself financially. Since joining The Wonder Stuff, Nockalls has contributed to the making of 6 studio albums, providing string arrangements and backing vocals. Nockalls is credited as a co-writer on the album Oh No!...It's The Wonder Stuff [2012] and 30 Goes Around The Sun [2016].


Whilst studying at the Conservatoire, Nockalls formed and performed live with the Birmingham-based progressive metal band, FIRESWITCH. They released a self-titled EP in 2003 and gigged extensively throughout the West Midlands. Nockalls shared the role of lead vocalist and played a Ted Brewer electric violin, her first official instrument sponsor.


Erica Nockalls (born 30 August 1983) is an English violinist, vocalist, songwriter, and visual artist. She is best known as the violinist in The Wonder Stuff, one-half of acoustic duo Miles Hunt & Erica Nockalls, and as a live fiddle player for The Proclaimers. Nockalls is also the lead vocalist, violinist, and guitarist in her self-titled art-rock band.