Pushing The Performers: Nathan Honore

Indie-folk musician Nathan Honore – AKA Next Paperback Hero – has resided all over our great state of Wisconsin. He attended UW-Whitewater for college and lived in Baraboo for 2 years before moving back to the Milwaukee area in 2011. Attempting to make a bigger impact with his music, Honore wants to make it a self-sustaining portion of his life.Nathan Honore


How can we help you right now? 
Download and share my music, follow on the socials, and I’ll have some live streams during the shutdown. Best place to listen/download is here – I honestly feel like my music is filled with messages that may help people through these crazy times.

Where are some of the places you’d normally be playing at, if this pandemic was not currently happening?
Linneman’s, Var Gallery, and smaller, more intimate venues.

Where can we find you on social media?

More on Nathan Honore:
The original music of Next Paperback Hero encourages reflection for those who feel like outsiders… lost souls searching for a path, hoping to begin again. If you are fans of Field Report, Bon Iver, Sufjan Stevens or The National give them a listen.

Wisconsin Music Ventures is committed to “Pushing the Performers” during this Coronavirus crisis. More info, including how other musicians can be featured on this blog, found here.

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