Much of Australia is oblivious to the career of Nathan Cavaleri. By age 12, Nathan was the center of a bidding war between the labels of Michael Jackson, Prince, and Madonna. At 16, he had toured with B.B. King and played at the Kennedy Centre in front of The Clintons with Etta James and Bonnie Raitt. All after winning his battle with Leukaemia. Whether it was jamming with Dire Straits, Mark Knopfler, or being called "The Bomb" by Dr. Dre, Nathan viewed the world with childish naivety.
In 2010, Nathan's battle with anxiety was witnessed by thousands when he blacked-out on a festival stage, leading him to step away from music for four years with the expectation of never returning. This period of confrontation brought the same cathartic connection with music he had when battling Leukaemia.
Nathan’s extraordinary journey was documented by ABC’s Australian Story which aired with the release of his album 'Demons'.