Lani Nash, a notable singer songwriter known for her poignantly beautiful writing
and vocals that linger with a genuine heartfelt quality, moves audiences of all ages.
Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, her musical start came before she was born. Lani’s
grandfather, Connie Crunk (stage name Connie Conway), a noted musician, singer,
songwriter, producer, and music teacher worked with songwriter/producer Lee
Hazelwood (writer of “These Boots Are Made of for Walking”(Nancy Sinatra), and
producer of Wayne Newton) was a great inspiration for Lani. Her mother and aunt,
daughters of Connie Crunk, were also in a recording group called “The Three Teens”
Nash moved to Oklahoma at the start of her career and toured with her band “The
Bootnicks” throughout the south and later moved to Nashville. She has performed,
written, produced and released three albums to date. Lani co- produced her most
recent record “I’m Only Here for the Music” with Steve Durr, which hit the top 40 on
the AMA charts.
Her live performances have included venues such as Nashville's Blue Bird, 3rd
andLindsley, Douglas Corner, Blue Bird on The Mountain, Pensacola
Songwriter'sFestival, Vermont’s Maritime Festival, Legendary Dobbs (Philly), NYC’s
The Bitter End, Bowery Electric, The Living Room, Oklahoma - VZD's and Oklahoma
Civic Center, South Florida- The Luna Star Café, Smokin Tuna’ (Key West), Folk
Club of South Florida featured Songwriter dates amongst many others.
Lani Nash is a voting member of The National Recording Academy of Recording
Arts andSciences (www.grammy.com) and a volunteer singer songwriter musician at
MUSICIANS ON CALL (www.musiciansoncall.org) in South Florida and Nashville,
bringing live music to the bedside of children patients in hospitals.