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Nate Martel Debut Solo Album Release
Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center in Greenfield

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Nate Martel

Nate Martel has been a staple in the valley music scene for over ten years, performing in many groups including Orange Television, Blue Star Burns Red, Groove Shoes, Dr. Reputation, the Metropolis Allstars, and of course Outer Stylie, to name a few.

On December 10, his first full length solo record comes out and it is a much different approach than previous records with aforementioned groups. This release has taken years to put out and it is extremely relevant to the societal forces that have been weighing on us as a whole.

He will be joined by an allstar cast of valley performers including: Darby Wolf on keys, Monte Arnstam on drums, Marc Seedorf on bass, Mitch Belch on guitar and vocals, Mathew Thornton on Cello, and Eavesdrop trio on backing vocals. Special appearances will also be made by: Eric Lee on violin, Ben Falkoff on guitar, and Jimbo Martel on harmonica.

Eavesdrop

Eavesdrop will also be performing their own set as a trio, which is not to be missed. Hailing from the Northeast, these Pioneer Valley natives provide a sound all their own; a perfect combination of soulful vocals, intricate harmonies, contagious melodies and moving rhythm. Originating as a trio, friends Kara Rose Wolf, Kerrie T. Bowden and Laura Marie Picchi maintain their vocal roots and continue to shape their sound through writing and collaborative instrumentation. Eavesdrops debut EP, The Afterglow, showcased the trios vocally charged acoustic, folk, soul roots. With their latest release, TIDES, the band has expanded into a six piece ensemble incorporating some of the valley's finest musicians; Ross Bellenoit on guitar, Marc Seedorf on bass guitar and Sturgis Cunningham on drums and percussion.
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Greenfield, MA 01301 (usa)

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