Nathan Whitt Music

Nathan Whitt


  • Big Bear Lake With ‘The Hootz’

    Posted on September 4, 2015

    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

  • Back in the Studio to Record New CD

    Posted on August 13, 2015

    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!

  • Friday the 13th at Aggies

    Posted on June 9, 2014

    Nate and special guests will play Friday, June 13th at Aggies in Manchester, Ohio from 9pm to midnight…or later.  Leave your superstitions at the door.  This Friday the 13th will be unlike any other and Nate will make sure the special guests all get a chance to shine.  See you there!

  • Someday Isle Digital Release

    Posted on March 7, 2014

    We’ve all been there.  Someday I’ll … ( insert dream here.)  Someday Island is a place we all find ourselves from time to time.  This song is near and dear to Nate’s heart.  His most recent studio effort, this powerful song was recorded with a couple other of Nathan’s brainchildren.  Lamb Chop, a song originally recorded by the late 90′s band Chief’s Tale,  and the funky, funny Lawn Troll.  These three songs were tracked with Chris Lute on guitar and Patrick Edwards on Bass along with two members from the band Chief’s Tale, Rob Fugate on guitar, and Bill McCarthy on drums.  It was a reunion of sorts for these guys and it shows.  Downloads are available March 11th, 2014!