Nathan Bell discusses his creative renaissance & more with The Daily Country

Twenty-five years ago, veteran songwriter Nathan Bell was deemed “the next Steve Earle,” however, due to changing tides in the industry and an uncompromising attitude, Bell left Nashville – and music – behind for a successful career at AT& T and a loving, stable home life. Then in 2008, at 51, Bell was laid off by the company, leading to a creative revival that sparked the release of three albums: 2011’s Black Crow Blue, 2014’s Blood Like a River, and his latest, I Don’t Do This for Love, I Do This for Love. From his home state of Tennessee, Bell graciously called to discuss his journey, the album and more… READ MORE

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