Chart star Nathan is com­ing to town

Dumfries & Galloway Standard - - THE WEEKEND TICKET -

Ir­ish Coun­try-Pop cross­over star Nathan Carter will be com­ing to Dum­fries this year.

Nathan, pic­tured above, will be re­turn­ing to the Easter­brook Hall on Novem­ber 7 as part of his lat­est tour.

He has pre­vi­ously beaten the likes of Drake and Bey­once to the top of the charts in Ire­land, a mon­u­men­tal feat – with his last al­bum, 2017’s Livin’ The Dream be­ing no dif­fer­ent, go­ing straight to No.1.

As one of Ire­land’s big­gest live mu­sic acts, Nathan is be­com­ing a house­hold name, with tracks from Stayin’ Up All Night, such as Wagon Wheel and I Wanna Dance, be­com­ing hits.

Grow­ing up in a house where Coun­try and Western mu­sic filled the air, Nathan was ex­posed to clas­sic songs of Johnny Cash, Don Wil­liams and Dolly Par­ton.

From the ten­der age of four, he learned to play gui­tar, pi­ano and the ac­cor­dion which plays a vi­tal part in his live show.

Nathan also be­came head cho­ris­ter in the Liver­pool Boys choir where he toured the world and even per­formed in front of the Pope in Rome.

For tick­ets, visit venue box of­fices or www. tick­et­line.co.uk.

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