Live music by Nate Currin, Chuck Bradley planned at Sassafras in Carson City
The Moonshot Coup and Sassafras proudly welcome Nate Currin and Chuck Bradley to Sassafras on Sept. 19 at 6:30 p.m. The show is free and all ages are welcome.
With more than 600,000 miles driven and 800 shows performed over the last 12 years, Nate Currin is a troubadour in every sense of the word.
With his roots in the North Georgia clay, Nate has enough of the South in his voice and writing to showcase his upbringing but he includes an emotional trustworthiness that can’t be faked. He’s shared the stage with plenty of “big” names and had songs featured on a myriad of television shows but Nate retains his enigmatic drive to fly under the radar from time to time.
Over the last five years he has won five International Music Awards, including Songwriter of the Year twice and been nominated for Indie Music Awards as well as a Georgia Music Award. In addition to that, several of Nate’s albums have reached the top 20 iTunes Charts including his most recent release The Madman and the Poet. Currently Nate is preparing to release his 5th full-length studio album in the last 8 years as he continues to tour the country with his dog, Max.
Chuck Bradley, along with his band The Damn Liars, released their debut EP, American Ghost Town in April of 2018. Produced by Grammy award winner, Michael Rosen, each track from the new EP is a snapshot of the bands rise filled with history and emotion. Flowing seamlessly from liquor soaked honky-tonk, to blues and rock and roll Chuck Bradley has given a fresh and simple take on the complex issues of love, life, hurt and death.
Sassafras is at 1500 Old Hot Springs Road in Carson City.