Americana is what one may call the melting pot of genres, and for multi-talented Nathan Lee Picard, it genuinely fits. He draws from all aspects of his diverse musical experiences. Then without missing a beat Nathan sprinkles his songs with a fairly simplistic ‘love-dust’ of all music. This blend produces delightful ear-candy, with the perfect merging of soul, rock n’roll, country, and blues. Mixed well with Nathan’s masterful vocal harmonies, infused with pure roots-oriented rhythmical sound, and you have melodies developed enough for pop.
Singer/Songwriter Nathan Picard has spent much of the last decade fronting a band from Colorado, touring nationally, making a name for himself in the LA music scene. When Nathan was asked why he moved 2,711 miles across the country, he said, “Well we actually moved to Tennessee to get away from a lot of the liberal craziness out there. Tennessee provides me with a lot more opportunities in the music realm and it’s an amazing place to raise my two boys. I have to tell you it’s fantastic to be in a place full of patriotic conservatives who appreciate and love this country.”
Nathan’s songs have been featured on many of your favorite T.V. shows, such as Criminal Minds, MTV’s Road Rules, VH1’s Tough Love, and Army Wives. His song ‘Memory Finds You’ was chosen for the film ‘The Frozen Ground’ and plays in the last scene through the end credits. If you have not heard Nathan Lee Picard live, you are missing a superbly charming performance. You will swear he’s singing just for you.
Lisa Day is a communications specialist by trade with 25+ years of experience in the field of internal and external communication, PR and marketing, current events, politics, culture, and American exceptionalism. She's the co-founder of BigDawg Music Radio, and BigDawg Music Mafia, which bridges the cultural divide with artists and entrepreneurs resisting the progressive agenda.
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