Nate Lee – Fiddle / Mandolin
The fact is, NATE LEE, the musician, has been drawing attention ever since he hit his first double digits. His cheerful commitment to refining his game has been a hot topic in the press as well as among his listeners, instructors and fellow musicians.
To quote bluegrass icon ALAN MUNDE, “He is one of the very best students, the most talented instrumentalist, equally adept at both fiddle and mandolin, I’ve had in my tenure”. Banjo master and scholar WAYNE SHRUBSALL, playing with NATE in HARD ROAD states, “That boy is playing in the league of some of the best fiddle players I have worked with…and I have worked with Byron Berline, Kenny Baker, Dale Morris and Jim Chancellor, among others.”
NATE is making his mark as a gifted teacher of private lessons and workshops including Camp Bluegrass and Gerald Jones’ Acoustic Music Camp. He “works well with others” both young and old, relying on keen musical intuition to challenge and encourage his students.
Having received an Associate of Applied Arts in Commercial Music from South Plains College in Levelland, Texas, NATE currently makes his home in beautiful Orlando, Florida. Past recordings include DAVID RICHEY: “No Peace Of Mind” (2011), STEVE SMITH CHRIS SANDERS AND HARD ROAD: “Signs Along The Road” (2009), “Only So Fast” (2008), and THE ALAN MUNDE GAZETTE: “Made To Last” (2008).
For more information about Nate, visit: MySpace.com/thenatelee.