Updated: Jun 6, 2020
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Check out the following playlist for music performed by Nate Fegan. So far we have covers of songs made famous by: Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Joe Bonamassa, Elmore James, Jeff Beck, Camila Capello, Black Sabbath, Cream, Kenny Burrell, and Duke Ellington - plus, there are originals by Nate Fegan. Check back often to discover and hopefully enjoy more! Play List 1) Dust My Broom - Elmore James 2) Used To Have The Blues - Nate Fegan 3) Chitlins Con Carne - Kenny Burrell 4) Blues Deluxe - Jeffrey Rod 5) Crossroad Blues - Robert Johnson 6) Voodoo Child - Jimi Hendrix 7) Knocking On Heaven's Door - Bob Dylan 8) No Woman No Cry - Bob Marley 9) C-Jam Blues - Duke Ellington
10) Havana Jam - Camila Cabello
11) Struttin' With The Blues - Nate Fegan
12) Smoke On The Water Jam - Black Sabbath/Cream 13) Easy Does It - Nate Fegan Nate appears on acoustic guitar, electric guitar, Hammond organ, keyboards, and vocals. The drums heard on the tracks were provided by Session Band App. Equipment includes: Rode NT1 Condenser Mic, Rode AI-1 Audio Interface, Ableton Live Multi-Track Recording Software, Taylor 310 CE Acoustic Guitar, Fender Stratocaster w/ Texas Special Pick-Ups and A Custom Neck By Warmoth, Fender Super Champ X2 Guitar Amplifier, Vox Speaker Cabinet w/ 2 12" Blue Alnico Speakers, Dunlop Cry Baby Wah Pedal, MXR Classic 108 Fuzz Pedal, Crumar Mojo Hammond B3 Simulator, and a Roland V-Combo Keyboard.
So What's Next For The Playlist? We started with a classic blues shuffle entitled Dust My Broom. Next was a funky blues that was penned by Nate entitled Used To Have The Blues. Then a Latin blues entitled Chitlins Con Carne was added to the list. After that we moved to a slow-blues number entitled Blues Deluxe. Crossroad Blues, done as a steady-rocker, was added next. After that, a classic funky-rock instrumental entitled Voodoo Child was added. This is where a hint of more-variety-to-come makes it's debut with Knocking On Heaven's Door. - What comes next is likely to continue along the lines of variety with an occasional return to the blues for good measure. The end of the set is marked with a short instrumental piece penned by Nate entitled, Easy Does It!