Mitchell Creek Rock N Blues Fest - Nathan Cavaleri

Nathan Cavaleri

Much of the country was oblivious to the career Nathan led beyond prime time Australia. By age 12, he found himself the centre of a bidding war between the labels of Michael Jackson, Prince and Madonna. By age 16 he'd toured with B.B. King as his guest, and played at the Kennedy Centre in front of The Clintons with Etta James and Bonnie Raitt.

Since his return to the stage in 2019, Nathan has made huge waves in stamping his footprint back on the Music Scene. From having a dedicated episode of “Australian Story” air on national television, wowing audiences as one of the largest Artists on Twitch globally to live stream an entire album creation process, to performing to 1000’s of people at key major festivals including Byron Bay Bluesfest & Caloundra Music Festival, Nathan is back and bringing his latest show on the road in support of his brand new single; Cool Changes.

“Cool Changes” – an indie surf inspired track with weeping guitar melodies, sauntering beats and spacious harmonies marks the first of fourth singles to be released ahead of his much anticipated fourth album early next year. Whilst Nathan’s largest creations see him let go of the title B.B. King gave him as “the future of blues,” audiences can still expect to hear blues roots at the heart of his latest show.

Fans can expect a live performance, illustrating the depths of his career through songs and story-telling, whilst powerfully matching the signature themes of overcoming adversity through courage and authenticity. Aiming to connect with the community in a meaningful and impactful way, these shows will be just the beginning of one of Nathan’s busiest and most exciting years to date!

From how his love for music deepened during his battle with Leukaemia as a kid, to a hilarious encounter with Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page and Robert Plant after playing to sixty thousand people in Zurich after Elton John, it's how he brings his experiences and songs into the present that gives audiences more than a shot of nostalgia.

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