Celebrating 2015 - The Nat Osborn Band

“The Nat Osborn Band has a rare knack for existing simultaneously in several different places at once” says The Deli NYC, and you really have to see it to believe it. Nat brought his new EP to us last spring, three tightly packed songs delivered by a seven piece band flanked by a three piece power horn section. It is refreshing to hear such a strong male vocalist who is unafraid of the past and the future - Nat truly delivers a positive and fun poerformance. Check Nat Osborn tour dates right here, and drop in here to pick up the record.  

Nat Osborn Band (4/7/15)

The Magnificent Seven

Unique is the name of the game over here at Ropeadope, and here's another for your ears. Nat Osborn Band drops their new EP today, and it is clear this seven piece band from New York is doing some kind of quantum physics trick as they exist in several genres at the same time. At the helm(s) is bandleader and vocalist Nat Osborn of course, who starts off easy and then gets in deep. Check the EP right here, and support the band on their way to world domination. 

Nat Osborn Band At WNYC

Battle of the boroughs

There is no place like New York on this planet, and tonight will show that yet again as the Ultimate Battle Of The Boroughs brings the very best of the city's resident musicians together for a throwdown. We are proud that Nat Osborn Band will be repping Brooklyn (of course!), and hope that if you are in the city you can get out and support. If you're not, you can vote online from 7-9:30 PM and put these cats over the top. You can also text BK8 to 69866 and have your voice heard. Viva La Ropeadope, Brooklyn style. 

About The band

Popdose says it well - 'Nat Osborn, the mastermind behind the suitably named Nat Osborn Band, writes smart, punchy tunes that blend old-school Gershwin-era songcraft with decidedly modern sensibilities'. We just plain DIG it. The band IS Ropeadope for one simple reason - we cannot define it. Old school, new school, after school - The Nat Osborn Band fits nowhere in the intellectual categorization of genre OR time. So what to do? Sit back and listen.   

Fire In The Wind (Nat Osborn Band)

Exorcism (Nat Osborn Band)