Jimmy Nash / Press

“We interviewed Jimmy for our show Positively Houston and stayed for the concert. Wow! When Jimmy began singing the whole room came alive to his fun and energetic songs. Jimmy’s interaction with the audience between songs had everyone laughing. His performance and music was truly entertaining!”

Christina Maxwell - PBS Television

“Closing out the week with another brand new edition of Artist Spotlight! Today, we brush upon a singer-songwriter originally based out of Houston, TX but currently living in Los Angeles, CA by the name of Jimmy Nash. Jimmy has a clever and inventive playing style reminiscent of Jason Mraz and Jack Johnson with a style and sophistication that is all his own. What really impressed me upon first listening to him was how laid back and natural his musical presence was, and wasn't trying to do much. The only thing he was doing was just being himself and enjoying being the focal point with an amazing voice and good looks to boot. His songs have an amazing melodic syncopation that grabs your attention almost immediately from the minute you hit 'Play', and ensures that you'll listen to the entire portion of his album, not just little snippets here and there. An immensely talented and gifted singer-songwriter that is already on his way to larger success.”

“YinYueBushifan.net, which if my free translation site is reliable, means “Music Is Not Rice..or a meal, or something like that” said about the “That’s What I’m Here For” EP, "beautiful lyrics, smooth singing, powerful musical ideas, clean guitar, honest ukulele."”

“Jimmy Nash has been surrounded by the songwriting community all his life (both of his parents worked in studio with some of the best), so it's no wonder he got a knack for it at such a young age. Breaking into the wonderful world of acoustic pop from a Nashville upbringing, Jimmy's career has been flourishing as an independent artist. With a new music video that premiered this past week, he's making a name for himself in the music world and doesn't show any signs of stopping. I caught up with Jimmy to talk to him a little about comparisons to his other "J" counterparts - Jack [Johnson] and Jason [Mraz], his new video, and his journey on "The Road to 33," which happens to be his appropriately named album title. Give the interview a read, watch the video, and see why iTunes named his album "New & Noteworthy!"”

“Jimmy Nash might be the next best thing to Jason Mraz with his track “More Than Crazy“, but we couldn’t give that track out for free. Instead, grab “You Are Mine” which flows from the same inspiration. Nash is light and quite palpable for you singer/songwriter folks.”

“We sat down with singer-songwriter Jimmy Nash to talk about his new album, “The Road to 33". After his debut show at Hard Rock Hollywood, we were able to capture the real meaning of the album and how he started off his career. PPLA: How did you make the journey from Nashville to Los Angeles and what influenced you to make music? JIMMY: Starting from the beginning, my parents were songwriters. They wrote for fifteen years in Nashville. They moved to Texas, and then I moved there. I write with both my Mom and my Dad. I have had so many musical influences growing up. I like the Bee Gee's and the Beatles, and Simon and Garfunkel. This album is about keeping the faith alive. PPLA: What is the meaning of the album, “The Road to 33"? What drives you to make music and what influences you? See full interview by clicking the web link ”