May 23rd @ Julie's Joint

Nathan McEuen (Banjo, Guitar, Singer-songwriter) 
Americana /əˌmɛrɪˈkɑːnə/ adj. 1.  Too Rock for Country; too Country for Rock; too Funk for Folk; too green for Bluegrass. Nathan McEuen is Americana...Picture
With highlight performances including Grand Ole Opry (3 times), American Idol (w/ Steve Martin), The Tonight Show,'s 'Ram Country', WSM Nashville, Woodsongs, Voice of America Radio, XM/Sirius satellite radio, iTunes, Music City Roots, The Stagecoach Festival, and charting to a #1 spot (w/ For All The Good - The McEuen Sessions) on's Americana chart, the past few years have been one grand musical adventure for Nathan.

Stepping foot on stage since he can remember, he has had the good fortune to open for, perform or work with various artists such as: John Carter Cash, Jim Messina, Dave Mason, David Crosby, Chris Hillman, Graham Nash, Dwight Yoakam, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Laurie Lewis, Tom Rozum, The Avett Brothers, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Leon Russell, Steve Martin, Vassar Clements, Herb Peterson, The Grascals, John Oates, Lyle Lovett, Kevin Nealon, Willie Nelson, Bob Schneider, Sara Watkins, Matt Cartsonis, John Jorgenson, Brett Dennen, Jesse Siebenberg, Chris Caswell, Mario Calire, The McEuen's, Riders In The Sky, Chelsea Williams, Crosby Loggins, The Dillards and more…

Since 2005, Nathan has written & produced six full length CD's under his own label: w/ Grand Design (2005)Festival (2007), Scrapbook (2010), Nathan McEuen 'Best Of' (2005-2012)The McEuen Sessions - For All The Good (2012), &Side by Side (release date: December 30th 2014)

With more than 2,000 live shows, 16 years of touring, numerous albums and over 70 songs penned, Nathan's heritage (see: John McEuen), passion for original music, entertaining and performing shines through and can only best be experienced in person.  

Contact Julie at JuliesJoint@JohnZipperer.Com for reservations


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