Up and coming songwriter, Nathan Robinson, grew up listening to the Grand Ole Opry and knew that he wanted to touch people’s hearts and minds with songs. He started playing at 13 with two cousins of Hank Williams and played many places that Hank himself had played. After many years of playing in different bands, feeling discouraged and going nowhere he stopped playing all together for about 15 years. He started back with a gospel group and began writing his own songs both gospel and country. He performed with a local variety band, The Lost Highway Travelers, at a monthly “Hootenanny” at the historic Georgiana Theater in Hank Williams hometown. He attended songwriters’ workshops with Bill Anderson, Jan Howard and others at the Hank Williams museum. He currently has a song co-written with good friend, songwriter Terry Faust, “One More Show’, featured in the 2015 Hank Williams collector's series calendar.