Nate Holder is a versatile saxophonist and keyboardist based in London. He achieved a BA in Music at Anglia Ruskin University and went on to obtain an MMus at Kingston University while winning the MMus prize for outstanding achievement.
During his playing career, he has performed with artists such as Ed Sheeran, XFactor Finalist Michelle John, Frank McComb and Ted Herold. He currently plays with the New Purple Celebration, the largest Prince tribute band in the UK and regularly performs with DJ's at events all over Europe.
He has given talks at the Barbados Historical Society (2014), International Conference Of Art and Humanities in Sri Lanka (2017), and the Cambridge Jazz Festival (2018) on a range of different subjects on music.
His first book I Wish I Didn't Quit: Music Lessons is now available on his website and has been read by hundreds of people all over the world.