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ACCLAIMED ROCK/FOLK SINGER JEREMY NASH CONFIRMS ROCKWOOD STAGE 3 FOR 1/11, NJ CONCERT AT MEXICALI LIVE FOR 1/20
(Published: January 06, 2016)


Acclaimed Rock/Folk singer Jeremy Nash, whose melodic, introspective songs have drawn comparisons to Jackson Browne and Paul Simon, has confirmed shows for New York (1/11 at Rockwood Stage 3,) and New Jersey (1/20 at Mexicali Live) - details/tickets here: http://jeremynashmusic.co...

Nash's new CD ‘Getaway Driver' has earned raves - "A blend of great guitar hooks and storied lyrics" - see more below.

In interviews, below, Nash reveals himself to be ""fearless when it comes to writing music, even if he experiences anxieties in everyday life." Watch Nash's video for the title track, here: https://www.youtube.com/w...

Key media outlets continue to support the album with Exclusive premieres, video debuts, interviews and more - some links here:

HUFFINGTON POST
Exclusive Video Premiere
http://www.huffingtonpost...
12/18/15 By Mike Ragogna


ELMORE MAGAZINE - Exclusive Song Premiere
http://www.elmoremagazine... October 7th, 2015

The Record-Journal - (Meriden, CT) -
CD Review, By Jim Pasinski 12/15
http://jpsmusicblog.blogs...

AXS/EXAMINER - INTERVIEW FEATURE
http://www.axs.com/exclus...
By Laurie Fanelli - 10/27/15

VENTS MAGAZINE - INTERVIEW FEATURE
http://ventsmagazine.com/...
By RJ Frometa, 11/2/15

On ‘Getaway Driver', Nash emerges as an engaging storyteller with a healthy respect for the LP format and for the cathartic release offered by songwriting - especially for someone who is admittedly uncomfortable in his day-to-day skin, and often haunted by crippling anxiety. He comments: "I'm not the best at expressing myself in "real life," so for me, songwriting gives me a chance to connect to people on a deeper emotional level. Most of the songs on the album see me trying (and sometimes failing) to make these connections, fighting through various fears and anxieties in the process. Even though my songs frequently appear to be talking about the hopes, challenges and heartbreak of romantic relationships, very often the romance I refer to is really a metaphor for dealing with issues of trust, commitment and belief applicable to many other aspects of life. In many ways, the record to me really was a breakup album with New York, though once I moved to Nashville I realized it was more about breaking up with your 20s."

Nash's journey has taken him from New York/New Jersey to Nashville, and his geographical roots are evident on the polished 11-song folk-rock album. From the quiet isolation and envy of highlight track ‘Killin' It in California' to the propulsive Americana-infused title song, ‘Getaway Driver' (inspired by Steve Earle,) to the resignation and yearning of ‘Game Over', Nash aims to "explore our longing for human connection and the often crippling apprehension that goes along with it."

Visit:
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http://jeremynash.bandcam...

More Information: http://https://www.facebook.com/jeremynashmusic


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