The path to success is rarely a straight line, and for Bill Nash, neither was his faith.
In his autobiography, Bill takes you through the ups & downs of his music career, as well his own personal triumphs and failures.
From a border town church in Texas, to major labels in LA, NY, & Nashville. From being hit by one heartbreak after another, & then finding faith, hope, & love, all over again, Bill Nash's journey has been one unexpected turn after another.
Two things have always guided him ever since he was a boy: God & music. He sang his way in, & sang his way out of every good & bad situation life has thrown at him. God has loved him at his best, & at his worst, & through it all, he kept on singing.
|Publisher:||Building Bridges of Hope|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.94(d)|
About the Author
Bill Nash is a singer/songwriter whose career spans seven decades, and five major record labels. Along with his wife and songwriting partner, Kim Nash, they have written hit songs for Reba McEntire and Diamond Rio, among others. They reside in Houston, TX, love to travel and spend every minute possible with their grandkids. Bill and Kim also founded Champions Kids Camp, a camp for survivors of traumatic events, in honor of their oldest son's healing of Leukemia.
Native Nashvillian, Jimmy Nash, the son of 2 staff writers for Sony, was immersed in the Nashville songwriting scene from a very early age. He says, "I had a pretty good understanding of copyright law by the time I was 10, and I distinctly remember yelling at the radio saying, 'You're not supporting your hook!"' Nash's debut album, "The Road to 33", blended Country, Rock, and Pop. It was produced by Todd Hannigan (Jack Johnson), and picked as "New and Noteworthy" by iTunes. In 2019, Nash signed with AWAL, the rapidly-expanding, artist-focused distribution arm of Kobalt Music. He released two singles, "Til The River Runs Out" and "Burritos and Tito's." The latter received attention from Country and Trop Rock stations all over, even making the "Trop 40" at Radio A1A. He was also able to play it as an official performer at BMI's Key West Songwriters Festival, as well as their 1st Annual Downtown St. Petersburg Songwriters Festival.