Nate Vancil | The Pursuit

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The Pursuit

by Nate Vancil

A smooth blend of Texas Country, Jack Johnson, Jimmy Buffet with a pinch of R. Kelly thrown in for good measure. Perfect for listening to on the beach with a cool drink in your hand and your feet in the water.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. #3
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2. Jamaica Freeze
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3:06 $0.99
3. Back to Good
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4. Spin
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5. Shot in the Dark
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6. Lo Siento
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7. Oh, Mexico
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8. There You Are
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9. Greatest Love Story Ever Told
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10. Spend The Night With You
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11. Galveston Bay
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12. Terminal Sadness
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13. Silly Little Prayer
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14. Friday Night in America
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15. Lead Me To Forever
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nate Vancil grew up on the beaches of Texas with a cassette boombox blaring Jimmy Buffet for all of those around to hear. In his impressionable years he took a liking to music and the island lifestyle only seen on television and in surfing magazines.

In college he found a talent behind the guitar and began plucking his way onto stages across Central Texas. Soon enough people followed him down to historic 6th Street in Austin where he would perform his tunes nightly to ecstatic crowds and drunken patrons.

Often compared to Jack Johnson, Nate is on his way to becoming the next big thing to come from Texas. Grab the album, crank it up and find the nearest coconut to sip from. (Tiny umbrella optional.)


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