Nate Fowler’s new album, “Wherever You Go”, features “a great collection of love and love-lost tunes sung through Fowler’s breathy, Top-40 radio-friendly pipes” –Boise Weekly. Just one month into his new record release, Fowler is gaining air-play and experiencing a quickly growing fan base in response to his contageous and ear catching pop/rock tracks.
Much of the credit for Fowler’s comfort on stage is due to his South American tour at the age of 17 with Youth With A Mission. Followed by a 2-month tour of West India at 19 with the same missions organization. Fowler maintains a connection and warmth on stage that is second to none due to his experience and feeling "home" in front of an audience.
As a result of his powerful melodies and fulfilling lyrics, Fowlers’ acoustic and full band act have shared the stage with such performers as: Collective Soul, Tyrone Wells, Matt Hires, FanFarlo, Hawk Nelson, Remedy Drive , The Listening, and countless others. “I want everyone that hears this album to feel a story within the music. I want each song to be an experience, a soundtrack to a real life situation,” Fowler notes about his sophomore EP.
“Nate is an energetic worshipper/singer/songwriter whose lyrics and melodies haunt, going straight to the heart and gut! They linger in your mind and cause deeper reflection from the place you were a few minutes before. He wears his Love on his sleeve and shares it with anyone willing to enter in to the spirit of worship with him. People who are honest and seeking will be changed by the truth in the messages in the songs Nate offers!” –Kristin Hardy (Vineyard Boise)
With the release of his new EP, "Wherever You Go", Fowler continues to prove his strong writing skills and his on stage demand by consistently booking shows throughout the Northwest. He is quickly gaining support from fans and media outlets alike, being surrounded by those that are excited to see this up and coming artist pave his own way.
“This EP is a polished recording that will give fans something to chew on while they patiently wait for his first full-length release.” –Boise Weekly (Artist Feature)