Biography

Jory Nash blends elements of folk, jazz, blues, soul and pop into an original stew of sound. He has recorded 4 critically-acclaimed CDs, the most recent being 2004’s curiously titled “Spaz Loves Weezie”. A master storyteller and a lover of hats, Jory tours across North America, playing mostly solo. Acoustic guitar, piano and banjo are Jory’s main instruments. Jory is a past winner of the Ontario Council of Folk Festival’s Songs From the Heart Songwriting Award, and has showcased at NXNE, NERFA, Ontario COntact and OCFF. Jory is a fixture on the summerfolk festival circuit, having played such great festivals as Hillside, Summerfolk, Mariposa, Winterfolk, Toronto City Roots, Home County, Live From The Rock, Shelter Valley, and numerous others. Jory’s music can often be heard on CBC Radio, and on college stations across North America. Jory’s music can be purchased (in CD or MP3 form) from www.maplemusic.com or at live concerts.

Edited by purplemoor on 12 May 2007, 16:01

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