Mystic Tiger is a group of four best friends - Taj, Nathan, Sarah and Akemi - who met in UCLA Medleys A Cappella. Love for music and love for people brought them together then, and converges their paths now to create a new community offering of spiritual soul singing. Their music intends to open hearts, heal pain, and resound a new world vibration.
Sake of Sound
This jazz fusion quartet of Orlando Thompson, Forrest Mitchell, Mason Sacks, and Nathan Kersey Wilson released their first album, "Blue Dream Elixir," in December 2019, along with a series of in-studio videos. They have held residencies at The Basement Tavern, Faith and Flower, and The Lincoln. Vulfpeck meets Phish.
Nathan's solo project aims to create uplifting and peaceful music that ranges from chill hop to house to meditative grooves. His first releases have been in collaboration with Unfamous Fest as part of their Cafe Om playlist series and can be found at all online platforms
Sweet Saranate is an the acoustic duo of Sarah Remley (voice) and Nathan Kersey-Wilson (guitar, piano, voice). They play vocal-harmony-focused arrangements of covers as well as original songs. http://smremley.wix.com/sweetsaranate#!music-samples/cjg9
AMBL combines Mississippi songwriting, funky Philly drumming, Florida bass, and west coast keys and sax. They used to play regularly at the Piano Bar in Hollywood and are in the process of recording their debut album.
A five-piece group started at UCLA in 2011 by Kevin Daye, and known for high energy live shows and creative yet catchy songs.
Nathan was a member of UCLA Medleys A Cappella for 4 years, and served as the group's Musical Director and primary arranger. Medleys is community service-based with a mission to bring joy through music to those who need it most. Recordings are available at https://soundcloud.com/nathan-kersey-wilson
A hip-hop, soul, fusion group from Los Angeles. Find recordings and photos at www.facebook.com/eatfreefood
Funky Bus and the U-Turns
A 12-piece R&B/Soul band from Berkeley, CA. They released an album "Funky bus and the U-Turns" in 2007, and saw moderate success playing street festivals in the East Bay.