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THE LATEST AND GREATEST:
Since wrapping the tour with Martin Sexton** at the end of March, I have been working away in the studio here in Vermont. I am just now putting the finishing touches on a beautiful full length record for Montreal’s ‘Sweet Talking Liars’.
(Yes…they named themselves after one of my songs. So…how could I not agree to produce their record?)
I’m also deep into the process of recording a bunch of new music of my own. Expect a new release (or releases) this fall. Extensive touring in Europe and America will also be announced in the coming months.
For now, I have just a few shows that I’d like you to know about. Each are quite special in their own way. I hope to see some of you out there.
HOTEL EL GANZO, CABO, MEXICO – SATURDAY, MAY 17TH
If you’re up for a relatively last minute excursion to Cabo San Lucas, join me for a rooftop performance at the stunning El Ganzo Hotel for a concert next Saturday Night (May 17th)
THE BARN, WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS – SATURDAY, JUNE 14TH
June 14 at the Barn, Williamstown, MA – 7pm tickets
ROCK FOR THE RIVER XI, CLAYTON, NY – SATURDAY, JULY 5TH
I am thrilled to announce that this year’s lineup for the Rock for the River concert benefiting Save the River will include: Joe Purdy, Garrison Starr, Bright Wright, Sally Jay, Eliza Moore, Amber Rubarth (and me), backed by the powerhouse rhythm section of Matt DelVecchio and Frederik Bokkenheuser.
Tickets go on sale on Thursday, May 15th at www.savetheriver.org.
Check out this video of the Rolling Stone’s song, ‘Shine a Light’ from last year. If the picture does not appear below, click HERE to watch.
Thank YOU, for supporting independent musicians like myself. If you’re inclined to acquire more of it, all of my albums are available on iTunes for download and in my online store if you’re in the market for CD or vinyl. As always, you can listen for free at www.jaynash.com/music.
See you out there,
** What an incredible and unforgettable experience it was for me to spend the month of March opening for one of my musical heroes, Martin Sexton. It was a master class in performance, songwriting and showmanship. Having experienced several of his concerts over the years, I can confidently report that he has relentlessly pushed the boundaries of his own performance throughout his career. It was hugely inspiring to see an artist at the top of his game night after night. If you are unfamiliar with his music, please take a moment to check it out. His live album, ‘Live – Wide Open’ or his first LP, ‘Black Sheep’, are both great places to start.