Neil Nathan - rock music artist from New York, US
UK's No Ripchord Magazine calls Neil "the bastard step-child of Jackson Browne and David Bowie." And Canada's Snob's Music says 'the tunes are so sugary, they'd give Matthew Sweet a toothache."
Huffington Post calls his new Jumpstart music video, "a bizarre good time."
Neil's debut LP, The Distance Calls, was produced by Detroit Garage Rock Hero Bobby Harlow (King Tuff, The Go) and featured musicians from QOTSA, The Dead Weather, and Detroit Cobras.
That record featured Neil's cover of ELO's "Do Ya," which so impressed rock n roll hall of famer, Jeff Lynne, that he gave his blessing for it to appear on Showtime's Californication Soundtrack. The song is also in regular rotation on Sirius/XM's The Coffeehouse.
The Distance Calls also included "California Run," which has been featured on ESPN and NHL Network, and is spun live at San Francisco Giants home games. Neil's friend and former roommate, actress Rosario Dawson, guest starred in the music video.
Neil's new LP, Sweep The Nation, was debuted on Seattle's KEXP. It's been called a "scintillating master work" and a "crunchy hard rocking masterpiece." It's garnered features in Magnet Magazine and The Vinyl District, who both called the record "Impressive."