Nate Boff is an American blues guitarist and singer based out of Austin, TX. Originally from Ohio, Nate cut his teeth in his native state shortly after graduating high school. He spent the next few years playing the bars and clubs in and around his hometown of Defiance, and not long after, began breaking into the scenes of some of the bigger cities where he opened for acts including Joe Bonamassa, Ted Nugent, George Thorogood, Lonnie Brooks, Chris Duarte, and many more.
Since moving to Texas in 2008, Nate has been making his rounds performing and sitting in with some of the city's world-class talents. He has performed alongside the likes of Anson Funderburgh, Gary Clark Jr, Alan Haynes, Lavelle White, Charley Crockett, Dale Watson, and numerous others. He's also had the great pleasure of being a part of some fantastic bands out of the capital city including Michael Milligan and Texiana Bluez, The Black Owl Society, and is currently part of the local super-group, The Ruins with Jay Moeller, Roger Wallace, and Jason Crisp.
Nate has performed at many of the country's most famous clubs including The Zoo Bar, Ginny's Little Longhorn, The Blues City Deli, The Continental Club, and is in regular rotation at the legendary Antone's Nightclub.
While his rhythm sections can sometimes vary, Nate is always backed by some of the best in the business that over the years have comprised of Jason Crisp, Jackie Newhouse, the late Preston Hubbard, and Ronnie James Weber on the bass, and Charlie Jones, Russell Lee, Wes Starr, Jay Moeller, Jason Corbiere, and Mike Buck on drums.