Nathan Wiley was created in Prince Edward Isle and raised in an exceedingly supportive musical family. With most of his maternal family members musically willing, the singer found your guitar at age group 15 after his family members disapproved of him running a drum established. Growing through to several music, Wiley produced several senior high school rock and roll rings before venturing from his very own. Spending per year abroad in Vancouver led to him time for the isle in 1998, however, not before playing in rings known as the Tubetracks as well as the Cawdaddies. In 1998 he also produced a trio dubbed the Bad Agencies. In 2002, Wiley released his debut record Bottom Money, an record that gained him four East Coastline Music Prize nominations and finished up on several year-end lists in Canadian music circles. He also gained CBC Radio’s “Big Break” competition within the Atlantic Area the same season. The record drew Wiley evaluations to famous brands Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen. Touring to get the record saw him talk about the stage with Steve Earle, Dan Bern, Sarah Harmer, and Blue Rodeo amongst others. In Sept 2004, Wiley released his sophomore record Great Low on Warner Music. Much like the first record Wiley produced every one of the music and played almost all of the musical instruments. The record gained him four even more East Coastline Music Award nominations including male musician of the entire year and songwriter of the entire year. A tour in past due 2004 with Ron Sexsmith and Sarah Slean also showcased his abilities. The vocalist released a video for the name monitor and performed on the annual SXSW celebration in Austin, TX, in March, 2005.