Simply put, the guy can play.
And — if I can digress just a bit — that’s what I really enjoy about this new musical venture. Not only can I help present local musicians, events, etc. to the public, but I can also supplement my embarrassingly limited knowledge of local music. It works both ways, really.
But back to the topic at hand!
Harnessing a custom-made lap slide guitar, Nathan creates roots-blues-rock songs in the vein of musicians (if I had to compare him) like John Butler and Robert Randolph.
His band, called Nathan Miller & The Unstoppable Company, has a great energetic feel and they’re a hard-working band. They play all over the state and region, but plan on bringing more of their music back “in town” soon.
Nathan will also be honoring blues history by releasing a 4-song EP soon, called From the Dog House of Blues, which features his take on blues classics, including Muddy Waters’ “Champagne and Reefer.”
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