Nate Grower - Fiddle

Nate Grower

The youngest member of David Bromberg’s group, Nate Grower was motivated to take up the fiddle as a teenager after hearing bluegrass music at his home in western New York . He took a few classical violin lessons and made his debut with a symphony orchestra at the age of 17 at a performance of Stravinsky’s “Firebird”. Since moving to Delaware in 2005, he has concentrated his efforts on mastering the art of bluegrass fiddle. His fiery solos transfix audiences, and he is unmatched among fiddlers in his ability to play driving rhythmic backup. In addition to performing with David Bromberg, Nate plays in Chester River Runoff. Nate is the current Delaware State Fiddle Champion, and his influences include Stuart Duncan, Martin Hayes, Albert King, Ron Block, Jennifer Mombrea & Chris Thile to name a few.

“Grower shows himself to be one of the younger folks to keep your eye on. His chops are real, and his tone and timing nearly impeccable. His reading of “Leon Kenningtron Waltz” is a thing of wonder. – Bluegrass Unlimited

Says Nate: “It's truly a privilege to be playing with David. It's wonderful to play with someone from whom musically you can learn something every time you walk out on stage and perform.”

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#4 Michael Laudi 2015-01-31 20:48
Mr. Nate Grower, I’ve been home from Cayamo for less than a week and I just received my trip survey. Like last year they asked us to share the high point and/ or moment of the cruise. They asked the same this year. You, of course, know how awesome an experience Cayamo is, you were there. That said, I wanted to let you know that your solo or series of solos with Luke Bulla were it! I remember the hair standing on back of my neck and seeing the look of “wow!" on David B's and John Fullbright’s faces when the set concluded. Thanks!
#3 Nancy Falcon 2015-01-25 19:27
Go Nate go! You were just wonderful last night at the Amaturo Theatre. Looking forward to seeing your future performances.
#2 Bruce 2013-08-16 13:04
Seen you with David 3 or 4 times now, most recently at the Musical Instrument Museum. Might I suggest a residency as the "house band" there. I know I'd be a regular. Love to watch you play, the passion and joy for the fiddle shows on your face.
#1 Mary 2013-02-16 08:16
Saw you at the Freight tonight and you were absolutely amazing. I couldn't get enough of your fiddle playing.

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