Nathaniel Rateliff

singer/songwriter, frontman of Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats

Guest

Band:
Nathaniel Rateliff – Lead Vocals & Guitar
Luke Mossman – Guitar
Mark Shusterman – Keys
Joseph Pope III – Bass
Pat Meese – Drums
Andreas Wild – Saxophone
Nick Etwell – Trumpet

 

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Nathaniel Rateliff turned inward after his divorce and the death of Richard Swift, his producer and close friend.

Nathaniel Rateliff on navigating emotions after loss, honesty in music, ‘And It’s Still Alright’

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