Darcy is a vocalist & songwriter sharing music-as-medicine using themes of love, longing, loss, and sass.

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About

Make Music, Magic, and Love

Life is short and sweet

Darcy Nelson is a singer-songwriter and guitarist with West coast roots. She moved to Colorado chasing her bliss in 2018 and performs original and cover songs at community events throughout the Front Range. 

Influenced by folk, jazz, country, electronic, and pop, Darcy creates authentic stories through song to encourage herself and others to live well, find joy, and grow love. 

I've been finding my voice and learning to love it. ”

— Darcy

Events

"Find Me In This Mess" EP Release Party for Jessica Lawden at The Lodge at Woods Boss.

Doors at 7 PM.

Opening music from Darcy Nelson at 7:30 PM with Bennie and the Frets from 8:00 - 8:30 PM. Jessica Lawdan at 9 PM.

Invite your friends to join using the Facebook event: fb.me/e/1Q3eF4yOv

$10

Live acoustic music from Darcy Nelson and locally made spirits and food from Rocker Distilling.

Friday, August 19th at 6:30 PM Mountain

Darcy Nelson writes from the heart about love, longing, and loss. Channeling a blend of sweetness and sass, her vocals are rich and lilting and her truth-telling style has been influenced by country, jazz, folk and spoken word. Expect a mix of covers and originals in this 90 minute set.

Explore the makings of Rocker Spirit's small batch Whiskey, Rum, and Vodka on their website: http://www.rockerspirits.com/welcome

Picnic in the Park with Women in Music Denver featuring Live Music from Darcy Nelson

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Wash Park, Denver

Enjoy a luxury picnic park and network with the members and friends of the Denver chapter of Women in Music. Networking, refreshments, acoustic music from Darcy Nelson and special guest, and more including field games and Jenga.

Advance registration is required. Tickets $30 guest, $5 members of WIM.

Not a member yet? Join today: https://www.womeninmusic.org/denver

The good girls call me spicy when I say what I think.”

— Darcy