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Never Too Late - Nathan King - Top 40 Singles

New Zealand Artist: Nathan King

Ever since picking up a guitar at the age of 15 in his home town of Christchurch, Nathan King has had a passion and a gift for writing great songs. Not just any old ‘get-your-name-on-the-radio one-hit-wonder‘ kind of songs, but we’re talking about crafted anthems, feel good summer soundtracks, down to earth melodies that just ooze a certain something that makes one want to fall in love – or maybe even break up. Quite simply, these are tunes to make rock-n-roll memories to…

Only five years after strumming that first chord, Nathan found his songs and exceptional voice at the heart of multi-platinum, award-winning success as his band Zed saw their debut album shoot to number one. Mr King found himself honing his stagecraft in front of thousands of fans in Australasia touring with Robbie Williams and Coldplay and in the US and Europe with the likes of The Calling, Ash and Seal – all thanks to those great songs and teenage years spent devoted to the remarkable music of bands like U2, Radiohead and The Beach Boys.
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Never Too Late debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Singles on 20 October 2008. It has been in the Top 40 Singles for two weeks with a highest position of #39. There is one song by Nathan King in the Top 40 Singles.

Chart placings for Never Too Late:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
20 Oct 2008 Top 40 Singles 39
27 Oct 2008 Not Listed -
03 Nov 2008 Top 40 Singles 40

Chart placings by Nathan King:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Never Too Late Top 40 Singles 20 Oct 2008 2 39
The Crowd Top 40 Albums 29 Sep 2008 6 14

Videos by Nathan King:

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