SOLD OUT - Nathan Cavaleri - EVENING SHOW
SOLD OUT - Nathan Cavaleri - EVENING SHOW
Code One presents

SOLD OUT - Nathan Cavaleri - EVENING SHOW

Brass Monkey (Cronulla, NSW)
Friday, 9 October 2020 8:30 pm
13 days away
18 Plus
Adult
Music
We are abiding by all COVID 19 Restrictions and Protocols so anyone displaying signs of illness will not be permitted entry.

All Shows Are 18+ - Doors Open 8.30pm
Venue Contact - brassmonkeycronulla@gmail.com

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Much of the country was oblivious to the career Nathan Cavaleri led beyond prime time Australia. By age 12, he found himself the centre of a bidding war between the labels of Michael Jackson, Prince and Madonna. By age 16 he'd toured with B.B. King as his guest, and played at the Kennedy Centre in front of The Clintons with Etta James and Bonnie Raitt.
 
2019 saw Nathan Cavaleri return to the stage after a 5-year struggle with anxiety/depression. His story telling type show captivated audiences around the country including 1000’s at Caloundra Music Festival.
 
“This is the first time I’ve toured an intimate story-telling type show. It’s been both a challenging and cathartic experience that has me re-connecting with music in the same expressive way as I did when I was a kid. The love I’m receiving from the crowd is a reminder of why I perform.”
 
​After the breakthrough success of the last tour, Nathan is excited to bring the show back on the road in support of the “Demons” full length album release, featuring a collection of brand new songs amongst fan favourites previously released as singles. Backed by a full episode on ABC’s documentary series; ‘Australian Story,’ this tour will illustrate the depths of Nathan’s career through live songs and story-telling, powerfully matching the signature themes of overcoming adversity through courage and authenticity. 

From how his love for music deepened during his battle with leukaemia as a kid, to a hilarious encounter with Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page and Robert Plant after playing to sixty thousand people in Zurich after Elton John, it's how he brings his experiences and songs into the present that gives audiences more than a shot of nostalgia