Nathan Lawr

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Nathan Lawr
Nathan Lawr at 2015 Hillside Festival.jpg
Lawr at the 2015 Hillside Festival
Background information
Origin Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Genres Rock
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar, drums
Associated acts Minotaurs, Royal City
Website nathanlawr.com

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.

Discography[edit]

  • The Heart Beats a Waltz (2003)
  • Secret Carpentry (2005)
  • A Sea of Tiny Lights (2007)
  • The Thing - (2010)

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