Lawr at the 2015 Hillside Festival
|Origin||Guelph, Ontario, Canada|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, drums|
|Associated acts||Minotaurs, Royal City|
Nathan Lawr is a Canadian singer-songwriter, currently fronting the band Minotaurs.
The original drummer for Royal City, Lawr left the band in 2002 to pursue a solo career. He has released three solo albums independently, one album as the lead singer of Minotaurs, and has also played as a session musician with King Cobb Steelie, Sea Snakes, Jim Guthrie, Constantines, FemBots and Gentleman Reg.
Originally from Guelph, Lawr moved to Sudbury, where he hosted a music show on CKLU-FM. In 2005, Kate Maki, Lawr, Ryan Bishops, Ruth Minnikin and Dale Murray participated in two national concert tours, A Midautumn Night's Dream and A Midwinter Night's Dream, which were reportedly inspired by Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue. The five musicians also recorded limited edition albums for sale on each tour.
- The Heart Beats a Waltz (2003)
- Secret Carpentry (2005)
- A Sea of Tiny Lights (2007)
- The Thing - (2010)
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