Nathan Sloniowski: The Lost Love Letter to a Small Town

Nathan Sloniowski: The Lost Love Letter to a Small Town

Nathan Sloniowski's latest album is "The Lost Love Letter to a Small Town". It's a nine-song tribute to what he calls “the collage of open-hearted dreamers who grew me up in the artistic lair of 1970s Elora, Ontario, and the many more I’ve met in other small towns along the way.”

With Nathan’s honey-bourbon voice, iconic acoustic guitars and well-honed story songs front and centre, "The Lost Love Letter to a Small Town" is a songwriter's carousel that makes stops at dance halls, cedar-lined fields and limestone quarries.

There's a reckoning between whiskey-loving rounders and teetotalling temperance ladies, a full-on six-string seduction scene, a swinging end-times groove with an Oxfords sliding septuagenarian charmer, and a road trip daydream with a tireless cafe owner who blends live music with her crepes and cappuccinos.

As you visit with these characters, you'll hear lyrical nods to Nathan's singer-songwriter heroes including John Prine, Joni Mitchell, Bob Marley, Bob Dylan, Gordon Lightfoot, Blaze Foley, Townes Van Zandt and Gram Parsons.

Invite The Lost Love Letter to a Small Town into your life, then go out and celebrate the beautiful souls who make magic happen in small towns everywhere.

When he's not singing about small towns as a solo artist, Nathan plays in two small town bands: The Ragged Flowers, a neo-psychedelic folk rock outfit he co-founded, and The Maywoods - devoted to the music of John Prine.

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