Biographical History of William Malachi Nathan
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75th Academy Awards Ceremony: " I Just Move On"
Featuring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Queen Latifah
William Nathan Performing Upright Bass
William Malachi Nathan was born in San Diego, California. While growing up, William studied the technique of the Double Bass violin at the Coady School of Music; and then he later attended The University of California, San Diego.
William moved to Los Angeles and began performing with such great artists, as Ronnie Laws. He then moved on to collaborate with many greats like: Bennie Maupin, Black Byrd McKnight, Ray Johnson, King Ernest, Bobby Lyle, Mayuto Correa, Ndugu Chancler, Ellis Hall, Willie Bobo, Gabor Szabo, Alphonse Mouzon, Alex Ligertwood, a lead vocalist for the Carlos Santana group, Rick Latham, a drummer with Edgar Winter, Lovely Previn, violinist daughter of Andre Previn.
William Nathan, personally, has been involved with many enriching opportunities, such as 75th Annual Academy Awards Show where he was privileged to perform onstage with Queen Latifah and Catherine Zeta-Jones in their award winning song from CHICAGO,"I'll Move On", also invited to photo shoots with Kenny G, musician spots on The Ally McBeal Show, and a movie, Three to Tango, and was featured on the Amiel Larrieux video: "Sweet Misery", on BET’s Midnight Love Videos. As a first chair bass, William has performed in a production titled; "Body Language: A Play" written by Michael Ajakwe Jr. for Patti LaBelle.
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