Nash and Fair

Passionate. Soulful. Energetic. Unique. These are what set Madonna Nash and David Fair apart from others in the scene. Their chemistry together is astounding, their sound unparalleled, and their lyrics brilliant and unforgettable. All of this, coupled with their do-good mentality and willingness to go to the ends of earth to have their music heard, make this duo one to look out for in 2015.

Madonna Nash is a High Octane performer fueled by extreme passion, hard work and dedication. The singer/songwriter, native to NC, has been performing since the age of 7 and touring professionally for over 15 years now. All of that experience combined with her southern charm, wit and humble delivery, has molded Nash into the stellar entertainer that she is today. Nash naturally captivates any audience, regardless of their musical preferences, leaving everyone in the crowd feeling fulfilled by the end of the show.

Nash's family tree is deeply rooted in the history of country music. Her Great Great Uncle, Country Music Entrepreneur and media mogul Connie B. Gay, was the founding president of the Country Music Association (CMA) and co-founder of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. He is also credited for coining the country music “genre” which had previously been called “hillbilly music.” In 1983, Billboard quoted Connie B. Gay's candid reflection of his shared success with country music when he stated: "I didn't have an idea that country music would reach the gigantic proportions it has reached both here and internationally, on the other hand, you can dream, can't you?" Nash is determined to continue and build on the same dreams of her elite predecessor. Her breakthrough success came in 2012 after the release of her first hit radio single “Dirty Little Secret” which became a Music Row Magazine Top 40 country radio hit and a DJ TIMES Magazine Top 20 Dance Hit. 
That same single was featured in three promo spots for the hit ABC television show ‘Nashville’. The first being the promo spot for episode #205, then again for the 2013 CMA awards, followed by the 2013 American Music Awards. The self-titled album was also nominated for Best Country Album at the 2012 Independent Music Awards. Nash has been featured on CMT, CMT PURE and TCN.

David Fair is a blue-blooded Nashville native. His diverse musical background and Music Row upbringing constructed and established this gifted and accredited singer/songwriter into an extremely sharp and unstoppable Artist and Entertainer. He is savvy on the guitar, impressively slick on the harmonica and widely known for his big-hearted and charitable personality. Having spent his youth surrounded by music, his love of Folk music is what originally piqued his interest in pursuing a musical career. His thriving and flourishing career has taken him through multiple record deals, diverse genres and years well-spent on the road. David has opened up for acts such as Tesla, Craig Morgan, Warrant, Skid Row, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, Jewel, Quiet Riot, Big and Rich, Steppenwolf, Lee Ann Womack, Craig Morgan, Trailer Choir, Eric Martin, Chris Cagle, Phil Vassar, Rose Falcon, Billy Falcon and Eric Church and performed on stage with Richie Sambora, Kelly Keagy (Night Ranger), Kenny Olson (Kid Rock) Al Wilson (Taylor Swift) and many more. Fair played major venues all across the country while on tour with his last band, The Mulch Brothers, including the annual CMA Fest held in Nashville, TN.

Now back at his country roots, David Fair teamed up with Madonna Nash and they are currently working on their first album while touring the Southeast. Nash and Fair have also teamed up with the Army Bass Anglers to help raise money and awareness for those suffering with PTSD by donating 100% of the proceeds from their single “Welcome Home” to four non-profit organizations via the ArmyBassAnglers.

Nash and Fair, having both gained personal success in the music industry, are an unshakeable pair and inclined to become a household name. The duo aim's to bring meaning back into music, to create a new and exciting sound and to help others along the way. [+]