Clayton, NY, Aug 29, 2013 — A second Rock for the River concert will be held this Sunday night in Clayton featuring Jay Nash and friends. A concert on the St. Lawrence River earlier this summer sold out within days, so Nash agreed to headline this special Labor Day weekend concert. Each year, Nash brings some of the best original song writers and musicians from across the country to the Clayton Opera House for an evening of live music in support of Save The River.
Jay Nash grew up in Syracuse and spent most summers playing guitar in the Thousand Islands, which he still considers home. His music took him to Los Angeles, but now he and his family live on a farm in Vermont and travel to the St. Lawrence each summer. Todd Moe caught up with Nash by phone to talk about Sunday night's Rock for the River reprise concert. Go to full article
Feb 03, 2009 — The economic downturn has hit the arts scene around the region, with some groups cutting back and others getting creative. To save money, the Vermont Stage Company in Burlington will change the way it presents its March production. VSC will present "Looking Over the President's Shoulder", a one-man show, as a staged reading rather than a play. Artistic Director Mark Nash told Todd Moe that he didn't want to cancel the show. Go to full article
Oct 03, 2007 — NCPR is Media Sponsor for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis night (7:30) at Maxcy Hall at SUNY-Potsdam. The JLCO is comprised of 15 of the finest jazz musicians and has been Lincoln Center's resident orchestra for 12 years. Todd Moe spoke with saxophonist Ted Nash, who says teaching and inspiring young musicians to reach their own potential is an important part of the group's mission. Go to full article