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Joti Rockwell and Nathan Church Hubbard sat next to each other in the first grade outside Washington, DC. They began writing and performing songs at age twelve. They released their first two full albums while still in college, teaming up with producers John Alagia (Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer) and Doug Derryberry (Bruce Hornsby, Earth to Andy). After college, they toured nationally and recorded more albums, sharing the stage with performers as diverse as Taj Mahal, Marc Cohn, Dar Williams, Francis Dunnery, and, in a particularly proud moment, Blue Oyster Cult.

Currently, they continue to record and perform while Joti works on a doctorate in Music Theory at the University of Chicago and Nathan runs a number of music businesses in Charlottesville, VA. Antidote, Rockwell Church's fifth and most recent album, represents their most accomplished work to date, broaching new songwriting and arrangement frontiers for the duo while maintaining trademark Rockwell Church melodies, harmonies, and diverse instrumentation.
"It is rare that a band can fully master the art of song writing as well as these two have. Nathan and Joti continue to grow as musicians and stay true to the music their fans love." - AD, fan
Rhythm Guitar / Lead Vocals

Taking the role of rockwell church's front man, Nathan sings lead vocals and plays rhythm guitar for the majority of the songs. But he brings a lot more than that to the band: catchy, intricate rhythm guitar riffs; profound and intelligent lyrics; bold and playful melodies; emotional performance.

Musical Background:
Nathan started learning piano at a very early age... even before elementary school. Through the years of elementary and high school he turned his musical focus to songwriting and the guitar, as he began to play with his 1st grade friend, Joti Rockwell...

Martin D-1E (main) ~ Martin D-42 ~ Guild D25
Fishman Blender Pickup System (Mic w/ Piezzo Pickup)
Lead Guitar / Vocals / Piano / etc

Lead guitar (not to mention occasional piano, vocal, banjo, etc) is conquered by the one and only Joti Rockwell. Able to pick out the ring of a phone or the call of a fire siren on his guitar, Joti has an amazing ear. His remarkable talent with the guitar adds a depth to Nathan's songs that makes each come alive.

Musical Background:
Joti began violin lessons before the first grade, right around when Nathan started with his keys... eventually he moved onto viola, piano, and of course, guitar.

'97 Godin Multiac Steel Duet
Route 66 American Overdrive
Boomerang Phrase Sampler
'98 Huss and Dalton DM Custom (kind of of a cross between the TD-M and D-M - sitka/mahogany flat top w/ bigger sound hole and a Brazilian Rosewood bridge)
Upcoming Shows

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