A former Wiltshire College & University Centre student is celebrating the release of her new music single.
Nia Nicholls completed the Level 3 Music course at the College’s Salisbury campus in 2018 and signed a two-year record contract with Uniq Recording Artists last year.
The College spoke to Nia last October after she signed her record deal, where she said: “This has been a dream of mine since I was 11-years-old!
“The music industry has changed so much and there’s so much competition now it can be really hard to secure a record deal, so I really am so happy and excited for this next chapter.”
On Friday, she released a new single titled ‘Forever Hold My Peace’.
Nia, age 21, is a country and western singer and songwriter and regularly performed in events whilst she was studying at the College. After leaving the College, she studied at Bath Spa University and graduated this year.
Nia’s new single ‘Forever Hold My Peace’ is available on platforms including Spotify, iTunes, and Apple Music.
To find out more about Nia's music, visit her Facebook, Instagram or Twitter pages: @nianicholls.
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