Nick & Lindsay are a married couple originally from New York, NY who now live in the desert city of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.


Nick is a classically trained opera singer who studied under Julliard graduate Joseph O. Presti and Lindsay is a classically trained violinist who studied under Linda Sinanian of Stony Brook University. Together, they combine the art of old world circus/sideshow acts with live music to create a quirky, humorous and theatrical experience for audiences of all ages.

Nick & Lindsay were quarterfinalists on America's Got Talent season 14 on NBC and are currently published in two hardcover Ripley's Believe It Or Not books "Beyond the Bizarre" and "Sideshow & Carnival Curiosities" coined as a historic and unique performance art. Nick is the only opera singing daredevil in America who can perform sideshow stunts while singing arias. Lindsay, aside from being a violinist throws knives at a human singing target with her feet and hands. Their dangerous and one-of-a-kind  "feats"  had lead them to also have TV appearances on Good Day Orlando, WGNO News With a Twist, Miami 6 in the Mix, Atlanta and Co. and Telemundo.


They have toured nationally with different vaudeville shows performing in venues such as The Chapel in San Francisco, One Eyed Jacks, The House of Blues, and the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Their biggest performance was at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA for the live rounds of America's Got Talent.  

Ripley's Believe It Or Not "Sideshow & Carnival Curiosities", 2020

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Ripley's Believe It Or Not "Beyond The Bizarre", 2019


"Incredibly talented, versatile, cool people who are brave, bold, and the finest of entertainers. Throw in quirky and you have a duo worthy of the Big Easy!"

- Marielle Nelson

"The couple has taken their musical sideshow act across the country, having found a way to combine their love of music, each other, and history into a one-of-a-kind performance art." Ripley's Believe It Or Not

 "It was scary because it's an act that seems like it takes a lot of precision, and they don't have any precision. It's a wildly entertaining dichotomy!"

- Ellie Kemper Entertainment Tonight

 "“It was so bad that it actually ended up becoming so good. It was comedy! You turned it around and it became a comedic act!”

- Julianne Hough America's Got Talent Season 14