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Nate Bergman on going solo, working with legends and his debut album

Nate Bergman on going solo, working with legends and his debut album

Update: 2022-04-19
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  • Introduction to show 

  • On this week's "Tasting Notes", Mikey, aka 911Bourbon on Instagram, talks about how we got into whiskey and how his page got its start (starts around the 1-minute mark)

Nate Bergman, who debut solo album Metaphysical Change comes out May 20, joins us around the 7-minute mark.


  • What are you drinking?

  • How are you able to pull off the mustache?  

  • What got you into music? 

  • You were part of Lionize for a long time, why go the solo right now? 

  • How does your solo music differ from Lionize? 

  • Who/what type of music did you grow up with or influenced you? 

  • You’ve been in the music industry a while, what’s your journey been like? 

  • What’s it been like working with legends in the game like the late Lee “Scratch Perry” and others 

  • As you write new material, are you pulling from experiences, have ideas? How does the writing process for you go? 

  • Working on your debut solo album, what was that like? 

  • You’ve got an amazing group of collaborators on this album, how were you able to pull that off? 

  • I feel like your mantra is “It’s never gonna work” but it works, how is that? 

  • What can folks expect on your debut album Metaphysical Change? The three singles bring such a different vibe. 

  • Why name the album that? 

  • On tour right now, what’s that been like? I heard you even had to fill in at times? 

  • Besides the album and tour, what are you hoping for in 2022? What can fans expect?

For more on Nate, check out https://www.natebergmansings.com/ or find him on social media.

Don't forget to check out the video on YouTube and our Facebook page. Plus, enjoy our Give It A Try Taste Tests and the Questions & Alcohol podcast, both available at hopsspirits.com.

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