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Liz Nash: Bio

Liz Nash Biography

Liz Nash, a singer/songwriter originally from New York continues with her original songs of indie/jazz/blues carving the music of the future one fan at a time. Her music has been featured in HBO and has received honorable mentions in “Billboard” under jazz in the prestigious world song contest. Her regular line up includes herself on vocals and guitar, Oskar Cartaya from Cartaya’s Enclave on bass (Spyrogyra, Sheila E., Robbie Robertson) and Fausto Cuevas on percussion (Queen Latifah, Tito Puente Jr., American Idol) Other session musicians are known to sit in as well.

As a child, Liz thought the folk guitar player at the local library was the coolest. She would become mesmerized by the stories she sang. There was truth in it, she thought. Soon after, Liz started attending USDAN center of performing arts in New York (a branch of Lincoln Center), and studied music. She would go home and play songs for her older brother Jorge and they’d study the back of Beatles and Simon and Garfunkel albums. After extensive study, Liz started playing duets in clubs and cabarets on Long Island and Manhattan. She recorded her first album of original songs called "Late Nite Menu" in Los Angeles which led her to first recognition. In order to promote her album, she toured extensively including MussikMesse Main Stage in Shanghai and Music China in Beijing. She shared the stage with Eddie Money, The Gin Blossoms, The Motels, Art Alexakis of Everclear, David Bromberg and countless other well know artists.

“I would like to continue to collaborate with artists that I admire as well as continue working with the TV and film community. I also truly enjoying performing live on stage all over the world."

Currently, Liz is recording a new album of original songs and jazz standards which is scheduled to be released by fall of 2011.