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Chains in the Shed
  • Artist: Chains in the Shed
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 659057563923
  • Item #: SRD756392
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/1/2003
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Chains in the Shed on CD

This is a solo album, written, performed, and produced by me, Nathan Limbaugh. Some history: I was a Roadrunner Records recording artist, playing drums with KARMA TO BURN (West Virginia instrumental rock). With KTB I was fortunate enough to play shows with KYUSS and CLUTCH, two of my favs. The recording sessions with Steven Haigler in North Carolina were definitely another highlight. Got to meet Bob (future morgantown legend) from the Brain Police. Leaving KTB was a difficult decision, but one that I am grateful for having made. I do wish I could've been around to play that Kentucky show with Metallica; Rich rubs this in whenever he gets the chance. Before KTB, I played in a band, with William (KTB guitar), called THE RED OAK CONSPIRACY. Curtis was our singer and he was quite good I might add. We had a fun tour with JADE (Pittsburgh rockers). Rob, last KTB drummer, played with JADE. 2014... Hmm, I suppose that other stuff I wrote ten years ago still applies. I'm actually playing drums in a little band out of Greenville, NC.... playing drums again. Pretty fun. Really casual. I'll be on stage for the first time in like almost a decade... tomorrow, August 30th, 2014. I have a new album that's been in the works for quite awhile. I should get it all mastered up ASAP. I didn't end up playing with John Garcia's solo gig. Once he decided to not use the Euro guitar guy he started syncing up with local Sun Valley players and it didn't make any sense to have a drummer on the East Coast. I never met the drummer, but the other guys were nice to play with when I was out there. He's got a real 'band' now. So, that's pretty cool.... I'm very happy for him and proud of his work ethic in all honesty. I think I'll clock in under 'average joe' and be with my kids. I've been able to stave off most distractions and I'm doing OK, though I miss kayaking WV dearly. Anyway, I need to go to bed. - Nathan.