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54 Below

A Nonprofit Cabaret Venue

Nathan Farrell is a 25-year-old artist and musician based in New York City. An eclectic performer, he draws from an array of influences over decades of jazz, r&b, and pop music. He pulls in audiences with a captivating energy, storytelling, sultry tone, and an impressive vocal command, embodying a commitment to musicianship felt across every stage. He is a virtuosic vocalist, saxophonist, songwriter, and arranger steeped in the culture of the New York City Metropolitan area. His career as a band leader, supporting horn player, and backing vocalist has grown exponentially in a short amount of time.

Since moving to Manhattan at 18, Nathan has worked to refine his musical abilities and make the stage his home at bars and restaurants, jam sessions and open mics, music venues and communities across the city. His talents continue to wow industry professionals in New York, expanding his access to opportunities and influence in jazz and pop settings throughout his young adulthood. He has performed as a featured and solo act venues across the city including Le Poisson Rouge, City Winery, the Little Island Amphitheater, The Mercury Lounge, Rockwood Music Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Green Room 42, jazz clubs, bars, and restaurants in Harlem, and Madison Square Garden as a National Anthem singer for the New York Knicks and New York Rangers. In the last year he has collaborated with and supported many other artists including Lawrence and Melt the band, Brasstracks, Michelle Willis, Michael Thurber, Bryan Carter and the Jazz at Pride Orchestra, and Maiya Blaney among others.