Nate and Chris Lute will be performing at the Red Door Pub in Lithopolis, Ohio on July 30th, 2016 from 8 to 11 PM. It should be a lot of fun for the central OH-IO fans to get together and celebrate the upcoming release of Someday Isle…or anything else we can think to celebrate. Come out and support Nate and Chris if you can.
Nate and his all-star band featuring Chris Lute on Guitar and Pat Edwards on Bass, with Billy Rock and Bam Powell on Drums is excited to be in the mixing phase of their latest recording titled, Someday Isle. Recorded over the past few years, twelve songs are “in the can” and now the work begins to mix and master the project. Fitting to Nate’s unorthodox style, the band has decided to release the songs as chapters, so expect the first chapter to be released later this Summer / early Fall. For you longtime fans, some of the song titles are recognizable from live shows like Someday Isle, Lawn Troll, Lamb Chop, Another Sunset, and Old Smokestack. You might even recognize This Photograph and Fast Women written by Nate’s longtime friend Rick Simpson. While some songs you may not have heard yet like Perfect Breaks, I’m In Awe, Firing Line, Curveball, and Shinin’ Through. Nate and the guys are still not set on which songs fit which chapters, but Chapter One is close! Stay tuned.
Nate and guitarist Chris Lute will share the stage with New York-based act, The Hootz, at Big Bear Lake Campground in Lucasville, Ohio on September 12th. Show starts at 7:00 pm. Check them out at thehootz.com
After a year off from live shows and with the construction of a new building finally behind him, Nate is gearing up for a studio session in September for a CD titled ‘Someday Isle’. He along with his co-writer and guitar virtuoso, Chris Lute, recorded this song a few years ago and now it will become the title track for this new CD. They will record many songs that have been in their arsenal at live shows, but never recorded with a full band. They will also track a few songs written by their good friend and great songwriter, Rick Simpson. This will be Nate’s 7th full-length project and marks the beginning of a new chapter in his 20-year musical journey! Stay tuned to the site for updates and fresh studio cuts!