Nathan Cavaleri announces ‘Miracles’ Australian tour for 2023

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Nathan Cavaleri announces ‘Miracles’ Australian tour for 2023

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Locally, Nathan Cavaleri will perform in Belgrave, Fitzroy and Warburton.

Fresh from releasing his brand new album Miracles, out today, Australian artist Nathan Cavaleri has announced an extensive run of shows right around Australia from July onwards to celebrate the album’s release.

An authentic and adventurous exploration in and beyond the blues and alternative rock realms, the brand-new album is a dazzling journey of stylistic evolution and masterful execution. Taking you far beyond the limits of Cavaleri’s trademark creative leanings, Miracles dives headfirst into fresh elements of alternative rock, psych blues, surf rock melodics, funk and swagger alongside Cavaleri’s effortlessly smooth vocals and knock-your-socks-off guitarwork.

Kicking off on Friday 7 July in Katoomba, Nathan’s Miracles Tour will journey to regional and metropolitan Australia, visiting Taree, Elizabeth Beach, Kununurra, Darwin, Alice Springs, Adelaide, Mount Gambier, Sydney, Canberra, Bulli, Brisbane, Kandanga, Eumundi, Rossville, Wamberal, Newcastle, Hobart, Launceston, Ulverstone, Franklin, Belgrave, Fitzroy, Warburton, Bermagui and, finally, an appearance at Rock The Boat Cruise on Friday 24 November.

Nathan Cavaleri Australian Tour

Fri 7 July | Baroque Room, Katoomba NSW | 18+
Fri 21 July | Bohemian Café, Taree NSW | 18+
Sat 22 July | Pacific Palms Rec Club, Elizabeth Beach NSW | 18+
Sat 29 July | Hotel Kununurra, Kununurra WA | 18+
Sun 30 July | Darwin Railway Club, Darwin NT | 18+
Fri 4 Aug | Witchetty’s, Alice Springs NT | 18+
Sat 5 Aug | The Grace Emily Hotel, Adelaide SA | 18+
Sun 6 Aug | Limestone Coast Pantry, Mount Gambier SA | 18+
Sat 19 Aug | The Lady Hampshire, Sydney NSW | 18+
Fri 1 Sept | Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra ACT | 18+
Sat 2 Sept | The Heritage Hotel, Bulli NSW | 18+
Thur 14 Sept | Black Bear Lodge, Fortitude Valley QLD | 18+
Fri 15 Sept & Sun 17 Sept | Mitchell Creek Rock ‘n Blues Festival, Kandanga QLD | All Ages
Sat 16 Sept | Imperial Hotel, Eumundi QLD | 18+
Fri 22 Sept & Sat 23 Sept | Wallaby Creek Festival, Rossville QLD | All Ages
Sat 7 Oct | Ocean View Beach Club, Wamberal NSW | 18+
Sun 8 Oct | Lizotte’s, Newcastle NSW | 18+
Thur 19 Oct | Republic Bar, Hobart TAS | 18+
Fri 20 Oct | Royal Oak Hotel, Launceston TAS | 18+
Sat 21 Oct | Gnomon Room, Ulverstone TAS | 18+
Sun 22 Oct | Palais Theatre, Franklin TAS | 18+
Thur 26 Oct | Sooki Lounge, Belgrave VIC | 18+
Fri 27 Oct | The Evelyn Hotel, Fitzroy VIC | 18+
Sat 28 Oct | Alpine Hotel, Warburton VIC | 18+
Sat 11 Nov | Bermagui Country Club, Bermagui NSW | 18+
Fri 24 Nov | Rock the Boat Cruise, SYD-Pacific Islands | 18+

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

Nathan Cavaleri debuts his solo album Demons, marking the return of the Aussie homegrown blues musician


“The Miracles tour has me staying true to the story-telling style performance introduced for my last album tour for Demons, but the show itself has inherited an elevated level of intensity purely from the nature of the songs themselves. Staying strong with a scaled down yet extremely powerful and electric line up, the set gets spotlight intimate, as well as firing hot in a way that can’t be felt on a recording. And as much as I’ve ventured beyond the blues, I can’t not go back to my roots for a few five or twenty minute solos!”

Following on from his 2020 full length album Demons, which humbly showcased Cavaleri’s staggering skillset beyond his well-documented early years as a prolific musician and actor, as seen recently featured on ABC’s Australian Story in 2020, Miracles is ultimately a bewitching amalgamation of diverse sonic palettes, sharp storytelling and a no-holds-barred approach to the alternative and blues rock realms.

“The feeling of releasing Miracles inspires the same contrasting emotions that came whilst creating it: liberation with a side of terror! Fortunately, it’s not the other way around. Even after sending the Miracles masters off to the label, my connection to inner truth was tested. The courage it took to create this album has been like no other. All songs pulled, ripped, cried, laughed and loved from the depths of my emotional dwellings; I had to face my creative insecurities head on and challenge all aspects of the past that attempted to block the flow of authentic expression,” he explains.

Having grown up in the spotlight, picking up a guitar and learning to play along with some of his favourite blues albums at the age of three, Cavaleri had mastered the electric guitar by the age of five and ticked off his first official gig a year later. Amongst a devastating leukaemia diagnosis and a burgeoning profile as some of the Australian music industry royals flocked to his skills and story, Cavaleri was soon performing extensively around the country alongside the likes of Jimmy Barnes and Diesel, going on to tour globally alongside Etta James, Bonnie Raitt and BB King while still receiving treatment for leukemia.

Simultaneously forging his long-term resilience and pursuit for purpose, Cavaleri would receive a clean bill of health at the age of thirteen, before going on to sign to Michael Jackson’s MJJ Records after a competitive bidding war between both Prince and Madonna. But against it all, Cavaleri’s courage and evolution stood strong against multiple storms; a fact that only heightened Cavaleri’s ongoing diversion out of his long-established blues stylings that has currently culminated in the brand new album.

Miracles is out today, Friday June 16. Tickets to the Miracles tour are on sale now here