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Nate Jaeger
I GET IDEAS
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I met Tony Martin in 1948 and I knew I wanted to be a singer.He was the Toast of New York and the most popular singer of the period.I saw him on March 19, 2009 at the Catalina Jazz Club and the only thing that has changed is he is 96 and I am 68
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We are http://www.natejaeger.com

NATE JAEGER

One Man, One Voice and One Guitar

The Music of the United States reflects the country's multicultural population through a diverse array of styles.

Blues, Rhythm and Blues, Country, Cajun, Rock n’ Roll, Rock and Jazz are among the country's most internationally renowned genres. Since the beginning of the 20th century, popular recorded music from the United States has become increasingly known across the world, to the point where some forms of American popular music is listened to almost everywhere.

Now the People's Republic of China has opened it’s borders and it’s ears to American Music and have invited One Man, One Voice and One Guitar , Nate Jaeger to perform for them Nationally.

Nate Jaeger and the band Stiletto with Dianna Shane and Daddy Rich are the premier band, with over 150 years of combined musical experience will now move to entertain people in the most populated country in the world.

The original inhabitants of the United States were the hundreds of Native American tribes, who played the first music in the area. Beginning in the 17th century, immigrants from England, Spain, and France began arriving in large numbers, bringing with them new styles and instruments. African slaves brought their own musical traditions, and each subsequent wave of immigrants also contributed to a sonic melting pot.

Much of modern popular music can trace its roots to the emergence in the late 1800s of African American blues and the growth in the 1920s of gospel music. African American music formed an important basis for popular music, which also used elements derived from European and indigenous music.

Therefore the following 17 + Albums of musical composition will follow that growth from the Cotton Fields of the South to Fillmore West where the emergence and birth of Modern Rock and Blues Rock arrived and raged in the Summer of 1969.

Nate Jaeger [Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar , Rhythm Guitar]
Derrik Jaeger [Lead Vocals and Lead Guitar]
Dianna Shane (Opening Artist/Background Vocalist ]
Cory Ames [Guest Artist and Background Vocalist]
Monique [Guest Artist and Background Vocalist]
Rhett Rhetsloff [Harmonica, Sax, Trumpet]
Zane Harold and Sean Jaeger [Keyboards]
Angelina Holt [Drums]
Mart Mason and Damon Rye [Bass Guitar]
Dalton Fox and Eddy Dale [Rhythm Guitar]
Jimmy Payne [2nd Lead Guitarist, violin, harmonica, horns]
Eddie Kurtz [Production Manager] Ray Allen [Lights]Missy Jones [Wardrobe]Sally Wright [Hair and Makeup]Tim Watson [Sound]Janice Ralston [Instrument Technician]Robert Valdez [Smoke Machines and Pyrotechnics]Billy Mates [Craft Service and Chef] Sammy Nolstrom [Tour Bus Transportation] Tim Waylen [Show Bookings]

Nate Jaeger is a Member of The Screen Actor's Guild (SAG) since 1974, The American Federation of Television Actors (AFTRA), The Actor's Equity Association (AEA ) and The American Federation of Musicians

This is a Non-Profit Educational Music Site where we, for our purposes, maintain Historical Information, music and photos pertaining to The History of American Music and our Rock, Country, Blues and Pop group Stiletto....(It is advertised to music history students) The right to record these songs was properly obtained for copyright purposes.

All of the music on this site was recorded live to tape . There are no Engineered Tracks, Cut and Paste or Mastered Tracks. The music is for educational purposes. You may not download and you will also find advertisements for the latest music technology which we mention because we want every child to grow up musically literate.
All ORIGINAL SONGS can be purchased on CD from the MASTER SITE.






Why this name?
When I was about twelve and living on Welfare in Hell's Kitchen" I had a 6 inch Jade Handled Switch Blade Knife and our Gang Members "The White Shoe Boys" nick named me STILETTO.The Band evolved from those Gang Members.
Do you play live?
Strictly! We also record our live performances.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
We reach several million people a year.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
We are on the Internet,own our own record label,recording studio and CD mfg. plant so we do not need a major label.
Band History:
We've been around since 55' and the original members have passed away except Nate Jaeger.
Your influences?
Everyone and every song ever written. This new anthology is an an example of "If you can play music,you can play and sing everything"!
Favorite spot?
Los Angeles and my home in Pebble Beach,California.
Equipment used:
Everything is digital,portable and state of the art from lighting to control boards and we own our own Tour and equipment Buses.
Anything else...?
.....and the rest is Rock n' Roll....
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