Since 2002, Nash rambler has been entertaining diners at
Hollerbach's Willow Tree Cafe
in Sanford, Florida. He also appears throughout Central Florida.
Prior to relocating to Florida in 1987, he performed extensively in Upstate New York and New England, appearing in venues such as the prestigious Caffe Lena in Saratoga Springs, New York, and summers in the Catskills.
In 1986 his song "O, Albany" was chosen as the official song of the Albany, New York TriCentennial Celebration.
His unique fingerstyle guitar playing has drawn accolades from players and audiences alike. No performance enhancements are used. No backing tracks, no loops, no vocal proccessors. No karaoke!
In the summer of 1968, a friend of a friend had a part time radio show on WBFO-FM, the University of Buffalo radio station. where Nash was able to get a spot and perform "It Ain't the Road".
A December 9, 2001 article in the Orlando Sentinel featured the song "Harry's Tavern" about a now shuttered neighborhood watering hole. Read the full text here: Harry's Tavern. The weblink cited in the article (http://mp3.com/nashrambler) has not been available since the demise of the original mp3.com in the early 2000's.
Other credits include the theme song for Jonny Glow, and "Yuk it Up Time" which was used on the John Boy and Billy Big Show to introduce their initial segment. Nash Rambler provided music for the documentary film "Amtrak at the Crossroads".
Oh yeah, people love Nash Rambler's music.