Learn what The Nash has done to inspire the community

The Nash opened its doors in 2012 as a place for students to practice and be inspired by Jazz music. It’s named after Lewis Nash, one of the greatest jazz drummers. Born and raised in Phoenix, Nash has played with some of the greats and now focuses his attention on the next generation. Nash talks about the club and how it inspires the community and what jazz has done for him. Learn more at: https://thenash.org/ 

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