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Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Nathan Schock is a Harbor Beach MI native who moved to Nashville 10 years ago to work as a recording engineer. Nathan paid his dues touring the country playing for thousands live and on the radio. As a studio pro he has provided his services to folks like Garth Brooks, Ryan Adams, Sara Evans, Rascal Flatts and Sugarland.
His shows are not-to-be-missed affairs and his CD "A Broad Margin of Leisure" is a must-have. Nathan has returned to MI to bring his music home. His orginal work is described as country/rock with a midwestern blue collar attitude and a touch of Michigan summertime rock and roll.
Music industry veterans have desribed Nathan as a "renaissance man". Recently Nathan stated "I don’t want to put out songs that fit some 'market.' I've seen too many people lose their creative compass by trying to satisfy a marketing strategy. If you give me your attention and time, I owe you my honest connection to the real music I have in me." [+]
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Created: March 7, 2016, 1:18 a.m.
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