Nathaniel (Nate) Lueck is a Canadian born musician, composer and producer. Classically and formally trained as both a pianist and a guitarist, he has over ten years of experience as a multi-instrumentalist, playing numerous instruments for a wide variety of artists and shows including direct support for Ted Nugent and Meatloaf, as well as multiple shows and US and World Tours with acts such as Ron Pope, Drew Gasparini, The Walking Dead's Emily Kinney and Tokyo Police Club's Dave Monks. He has also played as a pit musician in several theater productions, including Honestly Abe Off Broadway, as well as regional productions of Hair and RENT. He is also currently the principle Guitar II/Mandolin chair for Broadway's Come From Away in New York City.
Nate is also a prolific writer, producer and arranger, having composed and recorded music for television, radio and commercial clients such as AT&T and Man Made Music. He is a strong leader and ensemble member, and has applied his expertise to many different musical roles ranging from sideman and soloist to musical director and technical consultant/programmer.
Nate performs for a variety of shows and services, including live performances, theater and studio work. He specializes in musical direction for pop music artists, and is an accomplished sound and show/track designer with experience programming, sequencing and triggering samples and track, as well as MIDI integration for live applications. Nate also performs on an ever growing list of instruments, including (but not limited to) guitar, keys, bass, mandolin, lap/pedal steel, banjo and various electronic instruments.