Nate Sallie

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Nate performing in Denmark
Nate Sallie in concert at Aa-festival, May 10th, 2008.jpg
Background information
Birth name Nate Allen Sallie
Born October 28, 1976
Kettering, OH
Origin Nashville, TN, United States
Genres Pop/Rock, R & B
Years active 2003–2009
Labels Curb

Nate Allen Sallie (Born: October 28, 1976) is an American singer-songwriter, recording artist, multi-instrumentalist, and concert performer signed with Curb Records. He is best known for his masterful pop melodies, transparent lyrics, numerous radio hits as a solo artist, and frontman for Grammy Nominated band NewSong.


Recording artist, concert performer and singer/songwriter Nate Sallie has won numerous music awards, penned multiple radio hits, served as lead singer for Grammy nominated band Newsong, toured the globe, earned a Bachelor's Degree in Music and continues to study and expand his knowledge of music and the music business.

Nate launched his career in college coffee houses as Nate Sallie and the Melt Like Sugar Orchestra. He was offered three record deals before landing with Curb Records and recording his first project Inside Out (2003), which yielded numerous radio hits. In addition to having songs on WoW and Absolute Smash Hit Compilations, Nate has contributed songs to numerous best-selling recording artists.


Album Release Date Label
Inside Out June 10, 2003 Curb
Ruined for Ordinary March 20, 2007 Curb


  • "It's About Time" (from Inside Out)
  • "Inside Out" (from Inside Out) - Charted as a top 10 Radio Hit on Radio Disney.
  • "Without You" (from Inside Out) - The song hit Top 5 on Rock Radio-Nominated for Rock Song of the Year at the Dove Awards.
  • "All About You" (from Inside Out) - The song hit Top 3 on both CHR and Rock Radio
  • "Whatever It Takes" (from Inside Out) - Top 10 Song of the Year-stayed at top of Charts 32 consecutive weeks.
  • "Save Me" (from Inside Out)
  • "Breakthrough" (from Ruined for Ordinary) - The song hit the Top 5 on Christian Hit Radio stations.[1]
  • "Holy Spirit" (from Ruined for Ordinary)
  • "Lone Ranger" (from Ruined for Ordinary) - No.  18 on R&R Magazine's Christian chart on June 30, 2007.[2]

Compilation contributions[edit]


  • Sing Through Me: Songs and Stories Inspired By A Life Ruined For Ordinary! (2007)


  1. ^ 1cubed Review of Ruined For Ordinary, Emily Kohl, Reviewed March 20, 2007, Retrieved July 1, 2007
  2. ^ As played on the Weekend 22 countdown [1] on June 30, 2007, Retrieved July 6, 2007

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