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Nathan Larson (musician)

Nathan Larson (born 12 September 1970 in Maryland, US) is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and author widely known for his numerous film score compositions. He is married to Nina Persson, the lead singer of the Swedish pop group, The Cardigans. In May 2011, Larson's debut novel entitled The Dewey Decimal System was published by Akashic Books.[1] The second book in the series was published summer 2012, and is entitled THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.

Biography

Music career

Larson is formerly the lead guitarist for the 1990s band, Shudder to Think, as well as the original bassist for the hardcore punk band, Swiz.[2] Larson was also the creative force behind the group, Mind Science of the Mind, and founder of the band, Hot One.[3][4]

Larson is also a prolific composer of music for films and has contributed to over 25 movie scores to date.[5][6][7]

Select discography

Bands

Films

Personal life

Larson is married to The Cardigans lead singer, Nina Persson. Together, they have a son named Nils who was born on September 30, 2010. Wed in Malmö, Sweden, the couple currently reside in New York City in the Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem.[8] He was previously engaged to actress and musician Kerri Kenney-Silver.

References

External links

  • Official Nathan Larson website
  • Internet Movie Database
  • at akashic books": plot summary and review blurbs
  • at A Camp": plot summary


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