Dohse on Examiner

Examiner features Dohse and his new video “Fireworks and Lead” in advance of his upcoming show at Des Moines Social Club!

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Sync Weekly previews Dohse show

Sync Weekly previews Dohse’s show in Little Rock at Juanita’s:

For roughly a decade, Nathan James Dohse was the frontman for Arizona alternative Americana band Fight the Quiet, but after the release of the band’s The City Below in 2013, Dohse decided it was time for a change. He moved to East Nashville, Tennessee, and started focusing on his solo music that mixes emo-flavored alternative with Americana. The singer-songwriter released his debut EP, Old Roads, earlier this month, and Dohse brings his music to Juanita’s. There’s a $5 cover with the music starting at 8 p.m. and the doors opening at 7 p.m.

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Dohse on No Country For New Nashville

No Country For New Nashville shares “Fireworks & Lead,” the new single from Dohse and previews his single release show at The East Room:

Nathan James Dohse came to Nashville from Arizona with his alternative, americana style of music that weaves together familiar feelings with new ways to define them. After ten years of working with a band in Arizona, Dohse parted ways to pursue a more individualized style of music. 2014 is an ambitious year for the singer/songwriter – every quarter, he’s releasing an EP that ultimately will give the world a taste of his eclectic stylings.

Check it out here!

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