Nathaniel Rateliff

Today, Nathaniel Rateliff shares "Winter Lady," a powerful interpretation of a Leonard Cohen song from his 1967 debut record. See the exclusive on Relix here:

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My Morning Jacket and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats are joining forces for a very special co-headline tour. The “Eye To Eye Tour,” produced by Live Nation, will see the two acclaimed bands playing equal-length sets and swapping performance order with each show. The tour gets underway September 10 at Wilmington, NC’s Live Oak Bank Pavilion at Riverfront Park and then continues through the month.

Nathaniel Rateliff is announcing two more performances celebrating the life and work of Leonard Cohen, this time with the 40-piece Wordless Orchestra in Toronto at Roy Thompson Hall on April 20 and Montreal at Salle Wilfrid Pelletier on April 22.

Today, hometown hero Nathaniel Rateliff announces his return to Boettcher Concert Hall on April 5 and 6, 2024, for a tribute to legendary singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen. Opening with a solo piano set from Phil Cook, the performance is part of the Colorado Symphony’s Imagination Artist Series featuring brand new collaborations with Rateliff, RZA, and Mary-Mitchell Campbell. Purchase tickets HERE.

Marking the 16th anniversary of its original release, Nathaniel Rateliff is set for the official re-release of his 2007 album Desire and Dissolving Men.

In an unforeseen rendezvous of legends, the inimitable Bob Dylan ambushed the atmosphere at this year’s Farm Aid, held at the pulsating Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana, on a Saturday night that now glimmers as a golden note in music's ever-evolving tapestry.

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats return to Ball Arena for their 19th Annual Holiday Show! This year’s event  will support Harm Reduction Action Center and EarthLinks, two Denver organizations Nathaniel Rateliff & his Marigold Project are passionate about. The 2022 Holiday Show raised $100,000 for various grantees.

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Nathaniel Rateliff is relaunching his highly acclaimed 2020 “And It’s Still Alright” solo tour. Listen/share the critically celebrated And It’s Still Alright album HERE, and find tickets HERE. Kevin Morby will be opening the shows across the majority of the tour.

The 2023 Outlaw Music Festival, headlined by the legendary Willie Nelson & Family, marked a momentous occasion in Bethel, NY. Graced with picturesque late July weather, it was an experience to be etched in the memories of music enthusiasts.

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What If I, the new five track EP from Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, is out now on Stax. The EP marks the band’s first body of work since their acclaimed 2021 album The Future. Listen to the new EP HERE.

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