As fans eagerly await July 27’s album Lifted from Israel Nash, the Texas-based troubadour continues to tide them over with fresh cuts from the effort — first with a stream of lead single “Rolling On,” then an official music video for “Lucky Ones” and now another audio stream of “SpiritFalls.” In the Cameron Ford directed
Nash's album cover features an angelic pair of Gretsch Rancher Falcon 12-strings A man of many musical talents, Israel Nash’s hotly anticipated fifth studio album Lifted is due out July 27, via Desert Folklore Music/Thirty Tigers. Lead single "Rolling On," which Magnet Magazine recently premiered, reflects the mindset for the Texas' genre-bending rock
As previously blogged here, Austin-based alt-country rock artist Israel Nash hosted an intimate event during SXSW called “Live From the Hills With Love,” an afternoon of good old southern hospitality, outstanding performances and free beer. For fans everywhere, Nash and his Plum Creek Sound Studios team are making those performances available to everyone with a
Relix.com and Jambands.com recently debuted the new trailer from Israel Nash's "Live From Plum Creek Studios." The footage was captured during Austin's annual SXSW festival when Nash opened the doors to his new studio outside of Austin for a free recording session featuring the likes of T. Hardy Morris, Delta Spirit’s Matt Vasquez, Midlake’s Eric
“A stranger is just a friend you haven’t met yet,” Israel Nash told those who had gathered out at his Plum Creed Sound studios in Dripping Springs, Texas, on Thursday for “Live From the Hills With Love,” an afternoon of good old southern hospitality, outstanding performances and free beer. About 45 minutes away from the
This one escaped us, but now that it has crossed our radar, we had to share Israel Nash's beautifully shot, captivating video for "LA Lately." Nash, a singer-songwriter originally from Missouri and currently based out of the Austin, Texas area, picked up steam with third album Rain Plains, which became a favorite on NPR and
Singer/songwriter Israel Nash and his amazing band recently recorded a few tracks inside the Seattle studios of KEXP, bringing an Americana vibe to the station. Nash performed songs from 2014's Israel Nash's Rain Plains, a selection that included "Woman At The Well," "Mansions," "Rain Plans" and "Rexanimarium." Watch the brief but moving set below.