PROVING WEST VIRGINIA HAS MORE MUSIC THAN "DUELING BANJOS"  
Nathan Marshall's career in music began on a challenge from his friend and fellow musician, R. J. Dietrich. from that challenge, Nathan created "When I'm Fifty" on a back porch in the hills of West Virginia. Once he had finished it, he said, "I think i just wrote a pretty good song." It turns out he was right. A chart topping album later, Nathan's music has won awards, received high praises, and inspired many more people to think about how we live our lives.

WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING ABOUT NATHAN'S MUSIC?
"Marshall's tunes are generally sweet and sentimental, his vocals steady if not always strong. Simple, steady tunes like 'Red Slippers' (which recalls Jim Croce and "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" at once) are catchy and suit Marshall well." - Andy Mulkerin, Pittsburgh's City Paper

"Nathan's album is a classic of haunting folk and introspection, particularly 'Forgive Me' - which is sure to stay with the listener for days." - Josh Verbanets, Meeting of Important People


"There's an earnestness to Marshall's songs that transcend typical folk music. It is obvious that he is versed in the genre, but he adds a personal touch that shines through each one of his tunes." - Hugh Twyman, HughShows Music Blogger 

SAMPLES OF WORK