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Friday, March 18 • 12:00am - 1:00am
Jay Nash

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By today's standards, Jay Nash is the rare musician who does not compromise. He creates music based on the world as he sees it. Nash writes songs with humor, irony and heartbreak and delivers them all with a rustic, honest sound. Nash's music is not manufactured or contrived, it's 100% organic and delivered from the depths of his soul. His current album, ‘Diamonds and Blood’, was recorded at Phantom Vox Studios in Los Angeles. Chris Seefried produced and two-time-Grammy-winner, Seth Atkins Horan, engineered. Performers include David Immergluck (guitars, mandolin, lap steel) and Charlie Gillingham (piano and B3 organ) of the Counting Crows. Don Heffington (Bob Dylan, Lucinda Williams) and Jamie Wollam (Jackson Browne) shared the drums and percussion duties. Chris Joyner (Ray LaMontagne, Rickie Lee Jones) played keys. Rob Wasserman (Ratdog, Bob Weir) plays bass. On the subdued, yet powerful, ‘Golden State Goodnight’, Nash is accompanied by Kenneth Pattengale and Sara Watkins (Nickel Creek) in a heartfelt farewell to the place that he loved so much for the last nine years. Jay Nash's sultry, burlap-meets-silk voice truly distinguishes him. His music is captivating in its delivery of raw emotion. Inevitably, an ever-growing audience is appreciating Nash for his inimitable style and his passion for his simple yet pure art form.

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Jay Nash


Friday March 18, 2011 12:00am - 1:00am CDT
The Tap Room at Six

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