Jay Nash / Ollie Childs / Eliza Moore
Jay Nash, California native and rock troubadour, has the kind of excruciatingly rustic voice rarely heard on record. This voice, along with his unnervingly candid approach to songwriting, can be heard on his latest studio release, The Things You Think You Need.
Ollie Childs is a 34-year-old British musician who spends his time between New York City, Martha’s Vineyard and Cumberland Island, GA. He recently completed a European tour with Ben Taylor. Childs’ rich, natural tone has a strength and innate sincerity that conveys stories of love, heartache and escape. His music is pure pop with a soft, gentle touch.
After spending a few years in Boston, Eliza Moore enrolled in the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, where she studied, composed, and performed with musicians from around the world. Moore then veered from her classical roots and started singing and playing the fiddle in a folk duo with the talented Anya Burgess (Magnolia Sisters and Bonsoir Catin). Her latest EP, Everything to Me, marks a courageous and exhilarating step toward a more exposed and authentic sound. Moore is grateful to jump back into music after a few years of being a mom, yoga teacher, and explorer of ministry studies.