Hunter Nash
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Hunter Nash


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"Nashville, Tn USA"

Cafe Coco in West Nashville has a song writing contest
Thursday - May 24, 2007. The venue will host Hunter Nash and Charlie Valentine playing new his new song Workin' - Local Advertising

"Scene and Be Seen"

Thursday night critics choice to see:
Hunter Nash at 3rd and Lindsley Bar and Grill -Nashville, TN. April 26, 2007
page 18 mid page large print - The Nashville Scene

"CWA MEDIA February Spotlight artist"

CWA Media in Los Angeles chooses Hunter Nash's song "Better Off Here" as
it's spotlight targeting $250,00 aroud LA area. - Sonicbids

"8-28-07 Songwriters Contest Spring Hill, Tn"

Hunter Nash placed fourth out of 38 people in Tuesday night contest with
his song "The Path."
Next competition August 28th, 2007
at Jeffery's Grill, Spring Hill, TN - Advertiser News


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2nd album, Scarlet Horizon, now available!



Q: Hunter Nash, How would you describe your music?
A: It has always been emotionally and lyrically based. Music is my therapy. I sometimes find a good hook and groove, and I then run with it.
My genre is mostly progressive/alternative music.
The songs range from rock and jazz, ballads and a touch of blues.
Q: When did you start songwriting?
A: Since my college years and living around Nashvile, TN.
Q: What can you tell us about the recording sessions?
A: I start with my acoustic guitar or sometimes a piano. The music was recorded at Larkin Sound in east Nashville, TN. TJ Larkin did the engineering, some production, and most of the musical accompaniment. He would lay the drums first, then his bass and electric guitar. There were some fantastic vibes rolling through the room! Some of the tools he used: Protools recording software, Martin guitar, Telecaster guitar, Roland keyboard, and of course the Mac computer. I also had a few musicians sit in, like Charlie Buffington with his guitar on Changin’ and Old Chicago.. Danny Mancuso played sax on tTime to Begin, Old Chicago, and TV Love Song. There was Greg Perkins playing violin on the song The Path. Plus for fun, my wife Jody was on backing vocals to Vegas Queen.

Q: What’s in your future?
A: Promote via itunes and cdbaby. Do more live gigs, and work on the next round of songs.
I wouldn’t mind a popular artist to re-sing any of these tunes. I think my music is worthy of the public’s ears.