Date(s) - 26/06/2014 - 27/06/2014
10:00 pm - 4:00 am
It looks like our favorite twins, Nervo, are returning to Hakkasan Las Vegas on Thursday, June 26th. You can also check out DJ Mos in the Ling Ling room.
Miriam Nervo and Olivia Nervo are Australian musicians and songwriters, better known by their stage name NERVO. After signing with Sony/ATV Music Publishing at 18 years of age, the twins pursued careers as songwriting partners, co-writing the Grammy Award-winning single, “When Love Takes Over”, performed by David Guetta and Kelly Rowland.
In July, after DJing at Belgium’s Tomorrowland, they wrote a track with Afrojack, “The Way We See The World (Tomorrowland Anthem)” and followed this with “We’re All No One” featuring Afrojack and Steve Aoki which reached number one on the UK club charts. In August, NERVO signed with modeling agency, Wilhelmina Models. They were also featured in Pacha magazine. They wrote the track “Night of Your Life” performed by Jennifer Hudson on David Guetta’s new album Nothing but the Beat. They wrote, vocally produced and arranged Agnes Carlsson’s single, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart (Agnes song)”. The group also wrote Nicole Scherzinger’s single “Try With Me”.
In 2011, the twins began hosting a monthly show on Sirius Radio called “NERVOnation”.
The single “You’re Gonna Love Again” (video below) was leaked in 2011 and reached the #1 position on the Hype Machine chart. It was officially released in 2012.
Nervo began their 2013 music production schedule with “Like Home”, with Nicky Romero, followed by the Nervo single “Hold On”, which was released to iTunes on 9 April. The music video for “Hold On” was released on April 19 and uploaded to their VEVO channel on YouTube. In June 2013, Nervo were featured on the cover of Spanish magazine S Moda and a feature article that included further posed photographs was published on the magazine’s website in May. In July 2013 Nervo wrote Daichi Miura’s single “GO FOR IT”. In November they also worked on records for Daichi Miura’s fourth “The Entertainer”, which reached #5 on the Japan chart. – Wikipedia