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Starting a solo music career in 2005; with the release of his first full length record Grand Design, to present day, Nathan McEuen has written 100’s of songs and independently produced six full length albums, with combined album sales of over 60,000 copies… Nathan’s career so far has been filled with over 2,500 live shows across the U.S.A., Canada & Europe with highlight performances including: The Grand Ole Opry (3 times), American Idol (w/ Steve Martin), The Tonight Show (w/ Hanna-McEuen), Music City Roots, XM/Sirius Radio, The Stagecoach Festival, and composing/performing an original music score for a series of performances for USC’s theater production of William Shakespeare’s – Romeo & Juliet (November 2016).
Nathan’s first big solo performance happened around his 15th birthday when he was asked by his father John McEuen (of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) to sing a song and play guitar at the Olympic Bid Party for the International Olympic Committee in downtown Salt Lake City (March 1995)… With his father wanting to surprise him for his birthday, it wasn’t until 15 minutes before ‘downbeat’ when Nathan got to the venue and realized he’d be performing outdoors in Salt Lake City, UT at the Gallivan Center for over 15,000 people (w/ jumbo-tron) and opening for John Denver…
Through the years Nathan has opened for, performed and/or worked with various artists such as: Jim Messina, Dave Mason, Chris Hillman, Dwight Yoakam, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Lyle Lovett, Bon Jovi, Leon Russell, Steve Martin, John Oates, Vassar Clements, Kevin Nealon, Willie Nelson, John Denver, Bob Schneider, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Megan Joy, Michael Sarver, John Jorgenson, Brett Dennen, Crosby Loggins, Kenny Loggins, The Dillards, Jaime Hanna & Jonathan McEuen (aka Hanna-McEuen), Riders in the Sky, Billy Bob Thornton, John Carter Cash, The Grascals, Natalie Gelman, Van Dyke Parks, Jennifer Warnes, Laurie Lewis, Paul Allen, Paul Cartwright, Jesse Siebenberg, Chris Caswell, Kelly Ward, Ashley Broder and more…
With over 2,500 live shows, a lifetime of touring, and over 100 songs penned, Nathan McEuen’s heritage, passion for writing, entertaining/performing is evident in what he does.
During the mid-sixties Bobby Mason was a well established musician in Southern California, playing major venues throughout the area. In 1969 Bobby Mason came to Aspen from Hollywood to play a two-week engagement at the Aspen Inn. Within a week and a half Bobby decided Aspen was going to be his home because of the mountains and the people, who over the years have become his family. Since 1969 Bobby has played with John Denver, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Eagles, The New Grass Revival, Jimmy Buffett, Bo Diddley, JJ Cale, Dan Fogelberg, Kenny Loggins, Jerry Jeff Walker, John McEuen, Bonnie Raitt and countless others at nearly every club in Aspen. The late Aspen Times entertainment editor Stewart Oksenhorn dubbed him “Aspen’s truest music icon”. www.bobbymason.com
With Arkansas roots and Colorado wings, David Starr has been making music since the age of 10. He is an Americana singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer with hundreds of live shows and seven releases under his belt both as a solo artist, duo artist and member of the David Starr Band.
He is set to release a new six-song EP entitled The Head And Heart produced and arranged by John Oates in April of 2017. The project was recorded at Addiction Sound in Nashville in February and features five David Starr originals and one re-imagined 1960’s classic.
His 2016 CD, Love And Sabotage, is a 15-song collection that features original compositions, co-writer collaborations and two covers. The new release also showcases Starr’s many influences ranging from Southern California country rock to Delta blues to folk. The songs were recorded in several studios with the help of session veterans from Nashville, Denver and Aspen.
Starr has shared the stage with such artists as John Oates (Hall & Oates), Richie Furay (Buffalo Springfield, Poco), Kenny Edwards (Linda Ronstadt, Karla Bonoff), John McEuen (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) and numerous others. He has opened for Survivor, Clint Black, Travis Tritt, Restless Heart, The Marshall Tucker Band and The Guess Who.
To make Love And Sabotage even more special, Starr is joined on the disc by Oates, Furay and the
legendary Steve Cropper (Booker T. and the MG’s, The Blues Brothers). Songwriter and harmonica wizard Dana Cooper also contributes both as player and co-writer. The title spent time on the UK Hotdisc Top 40 chart for several weeks, as did subsequent single releases from the album. The disc also spent time on the Roots Music and Americana Charts in 2016.
Starr was awarded the Hotdisc Top 40 Most Successful International Artist of 2016 by participating UK DJ’s and radio programmers. Love and Sabotage was also reviewed very favorably by Glasgow’s Paul Kerr in Blabber and Smoke in May of 2016. The release was also listed as one of 2016’s Best Country albums by the The Telegraph.
When he isn’t spreading the gospel of music though his retail music store in Cedaredge, Colorado, Starr tours in Colorado, Arkansas, Tennessee, Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Hawaii, California, Texas, West Virginia, Canada and the United Kingdom playing house concerts, festivals and live shows in a variety of venues.