Photo by Laura Crosta
8/5 @ Mile of Music Festival | Appleton, WI
8/11 @ Hotel Cafe | Hollywood, CA
8/12 @ Standing Sun Wines | Buellton, CA
8/13 @ Jam Cellars | Napa, CA
8/20 @ Music By The River | Woodstock, VT
8/26 @ SPACE | Evanston, IL
8/27 @ Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium | Grand Haven, MI
9/4 @ The Tabernacle | Thousand Island Park, NY
10/1 @ Albino Skunk Music Festival | Greer, SC
10/2 @ Owens Auditorium at Sandhills Performing Art Center | Pinehurst, NC
10/7 @ Roasting Room Lounge & Listening Room | Bluffton, SC
10/8 @ Blye Jay Listening Room | Jacksonville Beach, FL
10/9 @ Wiley House Concerts | Clearwater, FL
10/10 @ Purple House Concerts | Tallahassee, FL
All tour information and up to date news is available at jaynash.com
About Jay Nash:
Jay Nash’s music is like the river that raised him—strong and deep, with a little bit of lullaby and a big damn current. Twenty years ago, he played loud in bars along the Saint Lawrence River, in the reaches of New York so far-flung they’re almost Canadian. For the last decade, he’s journeyed the US and Europe solo, selling over 60,000 records without ever putting ink on a conventional record deal. Now in the green mountains of Vermont, the quiet cold of winter rarefies wit and musicianship into the kind of Americana that knows where it comes from.
Jay Nash makes music that is warm, soulful, energetic, intelligent, just a little bit country, just a little bit rock. Most certainly the kind of music anyone of sense and substance wants to hear wafting from the speakers of their convertible while driving down the Pacific Coast Highway on a warm summer Sunday afternoon… truly superb.
A true heritage artist that has earned comparisons to a young Lyle Lovett, Bruce Springsteen and Ray LaMontagne, Jay Nash has shared the stage with numerous acclaimed artists including Counting Crows, Maroon 5, Ingrid Michaelson, Zack Brown, Lucinda Williams and Katy Perry. His soulful blend of Americana, alternative, folk and rock continues to resonate with audiences nationwide.
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