IN-STORE SHOW WITH NAT ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21 at 6 p.m.
FREE AUTOGRAPHED POSTERS FOR ATTENDEES (until we run out!)
THIS EVENT IS FREE! ALL AGES WELCOME!
A poet with a staggering and true voice, Korean-American troubadour Nat Myers’ folksy blues and remarkable pickin’ are authentic, timeless, and enduring. The Kenton County, KY native’s delivery harkens to traditional blues giants, but it’s his unique blend of modern roots and Americana that continues to make crowds drop their jaws. Recorded live at the 100-year-old-plus home of producer Dan Auerbach, the album is haunted with the ghosts of the rich history of the blues.
The new album, Yellow Peril, will be available at the show courtesy of Easy Eye Sound.
Nat’s debut album, Yellow Peril, is full of jumpy blues songs about hopping trains, burning up highways, running from some danger but also running toward something harder to define and even harder to catch. Full of intelligence and soul, contradiction and nuance, these songs reflect his restlessness and wanderlust in their fleet riffs, complex rhythms, and quick tempos, as he draws from a variety of stylistic strains and historical threads to weave a complex epic about life in post-pandemic America.
Listen to a track from the new album: