Sorry, due to events regarding the Ventura and Ojai area fires, this show will have to be rescheduled. Nathan and Natalie will look to reschedule at the beginning of the new year. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Live at Boulevard two modern day troubadours Nathan McEuen & Natalie Gelman with their original songs and great covers. Half of the night belongs to Natalie Gelman who performs across the country tirelessly and just released a new album with producers Charlie Midnight (James Brown) and Mark Needham (The Killers) titled Streetlamp Musician after a song she wrote about street performing and watching New York City change over time.
Raised in the old West Village, NYC stomping ground of songwriting greats, Natalie Gelman grew up amidst artists and true bohemians. She borrowed a friends guitar at 16 and started writing songs on it immediately and began busking on subway platforms soon afterwards when she grew tired of pretending to be 21 to play clubs in the city.
Captivating tourists and straphangers alike in the subway, Natalie stopped even the most hurried commuters in their tracks with her powerful voice. She continues to play what she calls her favorite stage while also performing at the House of Blues, Webster Hall and festivals across the country.
Compared to Sheryl Crow, Jewel and Joni Mitchell, Natalie’s music is contemporary and timeless. She writes honest, heartfelt songs – responding to current affairs and revealing parts of her inner self with the world. “Not too much about her, but somehow about me & everyone in the audience as well.”
“Simply Terrific” 4/4 stars – The New York Post
Starting his solo career in 2005; with the release of his first full length record “Grand Design,” to present day, Nathan McEuen has written nearly 80 songs, produced five full length records, and has independently sold over 60,000 CDs. The past 10 years has been a non-stop musical adventure filled with over 2,000 live shows across the U.S.A., Canada & Europe with highlight performances including: The Grand Ole Opry (3 times), American Idol (w/ Steve Martin), The Tonight Show (w/ Hanna-McEuen), Music City Roots, XM/Sirius Radio, iTunes, Yahoo.com’s Ram Country, Voice of America Radio, Woodsongs, The Stagecoach Festival and climbing to a #1 spot on Amazon.com’s Americana chart with his collaborative effort “The McEuen Sessions.”
While growing up on the road and traveling around the world with his father John McEuen (of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band), Nathan’s first big solo performance came at 14 years old when he was asked by his father to sing a song and play guitar at the Olympic Bid Party for the International Olympic Committee in downtown Salt Lake City, on March 17, 1995… for over 15,000 people, his face would be on a Jumbo Tron and that he was opening for John Denver. It was this experience that would forever change his life…
Nathan had an early start on his star-studded career. Through the years he has had the good fortune to open for, perform or work with various artists such as: John Carter Cash, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Jim Messina, Dave Mason, Chris Hillman, Dwight Yoakam, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Lyle Lovett, Avett Brothers, Leon Russell, Steve Martin, John Oates, Vassar Clements, Kevin Nealon, Willie Nelson, John Denver, David Grisman, to name a few…
With over 2,500 live shows, 20 years of touring, and nearly 80 songs penned, Nathan McEuen’s heritage, passion for original music, entertaining and performing is evident in every song, and is best experienced through his live shows and on his newest record “Side by Side” (Mesa BlueMoon Recordings).
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Please note all shows start at 8pm and doors open at 7:30pm unless indicated otherwise. People who already have their tickets (purchased them in advance) get in first when doors open at 7:30 pm. After the people who already have their tickets are admitted any remaining tickets will go on sale.