Nate Foley is a soul guitarist who began playing guitar by ear at age seven, began formal lessons at age eight, and became his church’s guitarist at age twelve. He was voted 2011 "New Artist of the Year" by the Washington Area Music Association (WAMA) and 2012 "Best Modern Rock Instrumentalist". Nate is the only person in the history of the Apollo Theater’s Amateur Night competition to win eight consecutive 1st place victories culminating in the 2008 “Stars of Tomorrow" Championship in the children’s competition and the 2010 “Super Top Dog" Championship in the adult competition. In addition to the Apollo, he has performed at the Kennedy Center, Library of Congress, Strathmore Music Center, and numerous venues.

Currently, Nate composes music in Nashville and performs with various artists. As an avid student of guitar technique, performance, and theory, he continues to expand his musical horizons and recently received a bachelor of music from Belmont University in Nashville. Nate is endorsed by PRS Guitars.