Nate Pearce is perhaps one of the truly undiscovered distinctive vocal talents in Country Music today. His vocal inflections, stage presence, and entertainment qualities have moved audiences worldwide. Nate has always said that he is a 'Country Boy' at heart but, he loves to dive into Rock, Blues, and Funk. This is what makes his music so enticing.The Nate Pearce Band's appeal is primarily due to its ability to cross lines of music categories. Wearing Cowboy Hats and Boots, The Nate Pearce Band is billed as a Country Band. However, the band continually pushes the envelope from Traditional and Modern Country, to Southern Rock, Texas Blues, and straight ahead Rock. Nate Pearce has an uncanny sense of 'where the audience wants to go'….and he takes them there. The Nate Pearce Band has proven itself to be one of the 'Hardest working bands.' From California to Kuwait, Nate Pearce has entertained people at night clubs, public venues, private and corporate parties, concerts and community functions. Nate Pearce's album/CD titled, Honky Tonk Circus remained in the 1 spot for six months consecutively worldwide at garageband.com The CD is currently on sale at the amazon.com, Itunes cdbaby.com and select music stores nation wide. Nate Pearce has always surrounded himself with a group of talented musicians who share the fire and drive that catapults The Nate Pearce Band.Nate, and the boys all sing lead, as well as, provide back-up vocals for each other. Together they produce a chemistry that has makes them unique among working bands on the circuit. It is not uncommon to see The Nate Pearce Band open up for a top act such as: Daryl Worley, The Bellamy Brothers, Brian McComas, The Dixie Chicks, Billy Ray Cyrus, Hal Ketchum, Josh Gracin, Brad Paisley and many others. Yet, they are eager to perform in their hometown of Fresno, California at community events and local clubs. The Nate Pearce Band is a musical act that all music fans will enjoy.
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