Nik released his platinum selling debut album “Human Racing” in 1984 which included the hits “Wouldn't It Be Good” and “I Won’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me”. The equally successful “The Riddle” followed and in 1985 Nik performed at Live Aid. As well as a career as a performer, Nik is a highly respected producer and song writer, working with such artists as Elton John, Imogen Heap, Gary Barlow, Ronan Keating and of course Chesney Hawkes with the Kershaw penned “The One and Only” - a Rewind performance favourite by Nik. In 2013 Nik completed a tour of New Zealand as well as a string of acoustic shows in Norway. He also appeared as special guest on Kim Wilde’s Christmas Party Tour. In 2014 Nik toured his unique ‘Me, Myself & I’ show, where he performed a solo acoustic set.
The following Autumn of 2015, together with Go West he embarked on a hugely successful Australian tour followed by a UK tour, playing to 31 houses up and down the country. Last year saw the release of the Eddie The Eagle movie that featured Nik's song, 'The Sky's The Limit'.