Rolling Hills Radio #52 – Sean Patrick McGraw and Nathan McEuen

Rolling Hills Radio #52 – Sean Patrick McGraw and Nathan McEuen

Starts from: 20pm31UTC_f9000Thu, 20 Mar 9000 14:59:44 +000003pm31

Start Time 6:30 pm End Time8:30 pm

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108 East Third Street, Jamestown, NY

Western New York native and former Nashville Star contender, Sean Patrick McGraw, brings his years of touring and recording to life on the Rolling Hills Radio stage. This road warrior and his “band of brothers” have spent the last few years playing upwards of 150 dates a year. Though he’s well seasoned as an opening act, sharing the stage with Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Patty Loveless, Pat Green, and Miranda Lambert, he’s not above gratis gigs in grungy clubs along the way, playing for nothing more than the hope of selling five CDs or winning a handful of new fans.

Starting his solo career in 2005; with the release of his first full length record “Grand Design,” to present day, Nathan McEuen has written nearly 80 songs, produced five full length records, and has independently sold over 60,000 CDs. The past 10 years has been a non-stop musical adventure filled with over 2,000 live shows across the U.S.A., Canada & Europe with highlight performances including: The Grand Ole Opry (3 times), American Idol (w/ Steve Martin), The Tonight Show (w/ Hanna-McEuen), Music City Roots, XM/Sirius Radio, iTunes,’s Ram Country, Voice of America Radio, Woodsongs, The Stagecoach Festival and climbing to a #1 spot on’s Americana chart with his collaborative effort “The McEuen Sessions.”  While growing up on the road and traveling around the world with his father John McEuen (of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band), Nathan’s first big solo performance came at 14 years old when he was asked by his father to sing a song and play guitar at the Olympic Bid Party for the International Olympic Committee in downtown Salt Lake City, on March of 1995… Nathan’s father is known for going big, but Nathan had no idea until he arrived at the venue that he’d be performing outdoors at the Gallivan Center for over 15,000 people, his face would be on a Jumbo Tron and that he was opening for John Denver.  It was this experience that would forever change his life…

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General Admission $10