Nathan Evans Fox is an Americana/folk musician from Glen Alpine, North Carolina, where he grew up surrounded by country, folk, gospel, and Americana. These roots form the rich undercurrent of his music, which combines bluegrass riffs, folk stories, and religious imagery with unorthodox layers of sound and a heavy dose of wit. He has collaborated with other artists as a fiddle player, guitarist, and vocalist. Despite writing music for ten years, experimenting with a variety of genres and learning new instruments along the way, Fox only began his solo career in 2017 with the release of his first album, Home. His lyrics confront political, religious, and personal inconsistencies (even his own), but also offer a meditation on what it means to live with and love another. In 2017, Fox placed as a finalist in the Songwriter Serenade Performing Songwriter Competition (Moravia, TX) and as a semifinalist at Wildflower! Arts and Music Festival (Richardson, TX). In April 2018, Fox anticipates releasing his sophomore album, Texas Dust, exploring themes of grief, place, religion, and family. Reviewing the title track of his upcoming album, MotherChurchPew.com writes that Fox punches out a song "with carefully-hewn lyrical insight delivered in his velvety twang." Currently, he lives in Atlanta with his best friend/wife Elizabeth and their dog Maisie.