Nate Dickinson (B.M. Music Technology, 2005), audio engineer, is currently working as backline crew chief and EDM tech for Nathan Barlowe and Keith Urban in Nashville, TN. He has enjoyed success working independently as a tour manager, recording engineer, production manager, and front of house engineer since 2006. Previously, Nate toured with Icelandic band Kaleo, Joe Purdy, The Milk Carton Kids, and he continues to work with Dave Matthew's saxophonist, Jeff Coffin. Nate earned his undergraduate degree in music technology from the Mary Pappert School of Music in 2005. While there he studied the classical guitar under Thomas J. Kikta. He preforms regularly in Nashville, and presents at Bachanallia, an annual all day Bach festival, when not on tour.
Nate continues to work in production at the Nashville Symphony and installs recording consoles and custom pro audio wiring in the greater Tennessee area.
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