On February 13, Nathaniel Rateliff will make his debut as the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live.” Regina King will host the show. Rateliff’s latest single “Redemption,” written for the Apple Original film Palmer, comes on the heels of his celebrated 2020 solo album And It’s Still Alright (Stax Records). Listen to “Redemption” HERE.
Nathaniel Rateliff and Elle King debut latest Marigold Single “Xmas to Forget” to benefit Food Research & Action Center
Today, Nathaniel Rateliff premieres “Redemption,” a new song the acclaimed singer-songwriter wrote for the forthcoming Apple Original film, Palmer. Premiering globally on January 29, 2021, exclusively on Apple TV+, Palmer stars Justin Timberlake (The Social Network, Bad Teacher, Alpha Dog), Alisha Wainwright (“Raising Dion,” “Shadowhunters”) and Juno Temple (The Dark Knight Rises, Atonement).
Nathaniel Rateliff is now sharing a cover of Leonard Cohen’s “There Is A War” performed with Kevin Morby and Sam Cohen. Produced by Sam Cohen (White Denim, Curtis Harding), the track marks the latest installment of The Marigold Singles Series, an ongoing project to raise money for Rateliff’s foundation, The Marigold Project, supporting community and nonprofit organizations working for economic and social justice.
Nathaniel Rateliff's foundation The Marigold Project to release community cookbook Meet Me At The Table
Nathaniel Rateliff’s foundation The Marigold Project, which is dedicated to economic, racial and social justice, will release a community cookbook on November 10. Meet Me At The Table features a compilation of musicians’ original recipes alongside profiles of food justice organizations, with short-form essays from historic and present-day activists in the food system (Sean Sherman, Leah Penniman, Nano Riley and Will Allen). Pre-orders are available now at
YouTube Music and the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) today announce Save Our Stages Festival, #SOSFEST, a three-day virtual music festival featuring all original content on Friday, October 16 through Sunday, October 18. The festival will be hosted by Reggie Watts and feature performances from 35 artists recorded live from more than 25 independent concert venues across the United States.
Nathaniel Rateliff’s “And It’s Still Alright” tour kicked off on March 2 in Minneapolis. Nine days later on March 12 the rest of the tour was canceled when the pandemic hit. The sold-out nine-month run was set to feature songs from his critically acclaimed solo album, And It’s Still Alright. On Wednesday, September 30, Rateliff will livestream a performance at Colorado’s renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
On March 3, Nathaniel Rateliff kicked off his sold-out And It’s Still Alright tour—which marked a nine month continued run. Nine days later on March 12 the rest of the tour was canceled when the pandemic hit.
Acclaimed musician Nathaniel Rateliff will perform his latest solo album, And It’s Still Alright, from his home studio in Denver, CO., live in its entirety on Tuesday, August 11. The event will begin promptly at 9PM ET with a one-on-one interview with Rolling Stone editor and music journalist David Fricke, which will be followed by Rateliff’s solo acoustic performance of the record in sequential order.