Jimmy Nash may have started singing at 8 years old, but his journey into music didn’t truly begin until 25 when he met his manager, and now wife, Andra.
Nash says, “I grew up in Nashville, and had always written Country, but she heard so much more than one genre for me, and introduced me to everything from Roots Reggae, to the very playlist friendly almost genre-less sound of Zero 7, to some of the amazing DJ’s creating their own samples and unique sounds that really opened my mind to so many outside of the box ways to form a song.” Within a few months of working together, Andra introduced him to Todd Hannigan, who was coming off of great success with Jack Johnson. She played Todd some of Nash’s new songs he had been writing since diverging strictly from Country, and Todd agreed to produce Nash’s debut solo album. “The Road To 33”, as it was later named, was released to great acclaim, being featured as “New & Noteworthy” on iTunes, and the first single, “More Than Crazy”, was licensed for ABC Family’s “Jane By Design.”
Nash’s latest release, “One Night In Brooklyn,” is a culmination of all his experiences, and collaborations over the past 6 years, as well as the development of his relationship with his wife/manager, Andra.