The Good Music Club: Nano Whitman

Meet Nano Whitman via three TGMC clips

Wow, shades of Honky Chateau-era Elton John and Harry Chapin in a young, contemporary singer-songwriter. The Good Music Club turns up another local prize in Nano Whitman. And don't miss the visualists next taping, Monday at the ND, with another quartet of upcoming Austinites: Lonesome Heroes, the Dalles, Frank Smith the band, and the Sour Notes.

“Peace”


“Twenty Eight”


“Sweet Whiskey”


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