Nathan Peter Larson (born September 12, 1970 in Maryland, US) is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and author widely known for his numerous film score compositions. He is married to Nina Persson, the lead singer of the Swedish rock band The Cardigans. In May 2011, Larson's debut novel entitled The Dewey Decimal System was published by Akashic Books. The second book in the series was published summer 2012, and is entitled The Nervous System.
1 Music career 2 Select discography 3 Personal life 4 Awards 5 References 6 External links
Larson was the lead guitarist for the 1990s band, Shudder to Think,
and the original bassist for the hardcore punk band, Swiz. Larson
was also the creative force behind the group Mind Science of the Mind,
and founder of the band Hot One.
Larson and his wife
Jealous God (Artemis Records, 2001) FilmMusik (Commotion Records, 2004)
With Shudder to Think
Your Choice Live Series (Your Choice Records, 1992)
Pony Express Record
With Mind Science of the Mind
Mind Science of the Mind (Sony Music, 1996)
With A Camp
With Hot One
Hot One (Modern Imperial Records, 2006)
2003: Dirty Pretty Things 2004: The Woodsman 2004: Prozac Nation 2004: A Love Song for Bobby Long 2005: Little Fish 2005: Palindromes 2008: Choke 2008: August 2008: Yes Madam, Sir 2008: Like Dandelion Dust
2009: The Messenger 2010: American Mystic 2010: Trust 2011: Margin Call 2011: Choose 2011: Our Idiot Brother 2011: Silent House 2013: Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes 2014: God's Pocket 2014: The Skeleton Twins
Larson is married to
GRAS SAVOYE Award at Cannes 2004 for THE WOODSMAN score the Georges Delerue Prize for the Best Music, Ghent Film Festival 2009, Belgium for A RATIONAL SOLUTION Movieline’s Young Hollywood Award for Best song in a motion picture (Velvet Goldmine) Produced Emmy-award winning song for Nickelodeon’s “Nickellinium” The Deal received the BAFTA award for Best Television Drama
^ "THE DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM a novel by Nathan Larson". akashic books.
Akashic Books. May 2011. Retrieved October 2, 2012.
^ "NINA PERSSON & NATHAN LARSON". Texas Music Project. Texas Music
Project. 2011. Retrieved October 2, 2012.
^ "Mind Science of the Mind". Jeff Buckley. Jeff Buckley Music, Inc.
April 21, 2010. Archived from the original on July 31, 2012. Retrieved
October 4, 2012.
^ "Hot One". richseam. richseam.com. 2012. Retrieved October 4,
^ Dyngan (April 4, 2008). "
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Georges Delerue Award
Daniel Schmid (BMD) (1985)
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