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Nate Leavitt has been performing in the Boston music scene for a little over twenty years. While he spends time with bands Parlour Bells and Old Jack he also performs as a solo artist. Nate's acoustic based, ghostly-folk debut EP "Inference" received many positive reviews like this one from Jonathan Perry of The Boston Globe, "Effectively reflecting his affinity for the softer sounds of singer-songwriter folk and alt-country of the Ryan Adams (circa “Heartbreaker’’) variety...Inference is an emotionally stark, bare-bones affair that puts his plainspoken, plaintive voice squarely front and center." Alex Schab of The Weekly Dig wrote, "Nate Leavitt’s solo debut packs a lot of power—subtle, ghostly, chill-the-flesh-off-your-bones power. Which says a lot, considering this is a folk album." Also Ryan Spaulding of Ryan's Smashing Life said, "Leavitt is a gifted soul who deserves this attention and more. Regardless of the name he plays under, most everything he touches turns to gold. Highly Recommended."
Nate is currently working on a full length album being released in June called "Man of Many Mirrors." Once again he takes on the role of performer, engineer and producer while playing most of the instruments and recording in his home studio. People are relating it to Dylan's "Blood on the Tracks" as the material is personal and focuses on a major change in his life.