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Nathaniel Rateliff will deliver an intimate set from his home studio in Denver as part of the Royal Albert Home sessions.
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The American singer-songwriter developed a dedicated following within the Denver music community, so much so that The New York Times dubbed him a ‘Denver local folk-pop hero’. This wave of acclaim led to a solo tour opening for The Fray, which brought his work to the attention of national and international audiences.
During this session, Nathaniel will perform a live solo acoustic rendition of his latest album And It’s Still Alright in its entirety following a one-on-one interview with Rolling Stone editor and music journalist David Fricke.
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