James Capell Nunn III Birth Date: 9/24/87 Position: Bass player. James has been playing the bass two to three years seriously. His bass of choice is the Fender Precision Bass. His choice of amps is ever changing, but Cap enjoys cabs with 15" speakers. As for his string preference it’s GHS Boomers all the way. Cap doesn’t have a ton of experience playing in bands other than some cover bands early on, but is currently pulling double duty with NPNC as well as The Fill Ins (as well as a side project called The Felons with Fill-ins singer/guitarist Alex Stiff.) As with most musicians Nunn has many, but his top ones are: Thin Lizzy, Motörhead, The Stooges, Black Sabbath, The Supersuckers, and The Meatmen. His biggest influence on his playing is definitely the late, great Lemmy from Motörhead mostly because his style fits with Cap’s style as far as transitioning from guitar to bass, especially considering his first gig as a bass player was with The Fill Ins. No Power No Crown is a family to James. Everybody involved with the band (publicists, other bands, people that come to the shows) looks out for each other and has a familial passion towards each other that transcends the band itself. When asked what “Be peace…or else” meant to him he states it means be the best you can be, especially towards other people, unless they break your peace, and that's when the "or else" part comes in. He says Generation Axe Man is his favorite track currently from the band saying, “There's a lot going on with the arrangement, but the groove is undeniable.” One of his biggest passions outside of the band is going to football games or simply watching them with his friends. His entrance into the band was fated After getting to know Steve, Justin, and Jeff from recording in their studio with The Fill Ins, Steve asked if he could fill in (no pun intended) for a show in which both bands were going to be on the same bill. Rehearsals went well, and their previous bass player fell into some hard times, so they asked if he could join full time, and Cap said sure. The most important aspect of being a part of NPNC is the family value that he mentioned previously. It’s clear the love they have for each other and will always look out for each other. That bond makes them stronger every day.