Moes Alley Santa Cruz Nightclub
Stevie Tombstone & Jimmy Nash
Appearing Live at Moes Alley
Tuesday, December 11th
Americana For The Holidays Tour
8:30 PM, Doors Open 8:00 PM, $7/10,

Moe's Alley welcomes STEVIE TOMBSTONE & JIMMY NASH as part of their Americana For The Holidays tour.

After a chance meeting with Roy Acuff, Stevie (then, a young man) was certain he would always be a musician. Born in rural Georgia, Stevie learned the ropes playing country, gospel, and blues. Rebelling against his roots, he immersed himself in the world of rock and the underground music scene of the 80s in Atlanta but never lost the twang of his childhood. Almost three decades later, he has become an accomplished performer and songwriter. Stevie has now released five solo albums and several music videos, produced music with his 1980s swamp rockabilly band, The Tombstones, and made appearances on compilations all over the damn place. In his early days, Stevie penned the college radio anthem and regional hit "Nobody", which was later recorded by rock icon, Stiv Bators. After separating with The Tombstones in the 1990s, he toured as the supporting act for Jason & the Scorchers in Europe, which opened the door for his solo career. Taking a more serious approach to songwriting, he then began to write with as many accomplished song-writers as he could find in every realm of the music world, from street poets to music row regulars.

Bouncing between Atlanta, Nashville, and Austin, Stevie recorded Second Hand Sin (1999) and Acoustica (2000) and then settled in Texas. His full-length debut CD, 7:30 am (2003), showcased his singing ability and continuing growth as a songwriter. The CD spent six weeks in the top ten of XM Radio's Channel 12 (X-Country) charts, including two weeks at #1. During this period, Stevie worked as a sideman for several respected Texas acts, including acclaimed songwriter, Rich Minus, and songstress, Texacala Jones. 2004 brought the Cash tribute/compilation, "Dear Johnny", featuring Stevie's version of "Folsom Prison Blues", which received airplay and great reviews. Stevie followed up with a number of West Coast gigs with Supersucker front man, Eddie Spaghetti, in support of the disc. 2006 found Stevie briefly back at the helm of the Tombstones for a national tour to support the re-release of the bands earlier material. Leaving the band for the final time, he married Tombstones bassist, Melissa "Killene" Tombstone, returning to his solo work and fatherhood. In 2008, his sold-out show at the Red House Arts Center was broadcast in its entirety on XM's Wired In series.

Stevie's band mates, over the years, have been a veritable whos who of underground and nationally recognized players, featuring members of Circus of Power, Wilco, the Georgia Satellites, and Jason & The Scorchers. Priding himself in his ability to cross genres, he has also had the honor of sharing the bill with the likes of Leon Russell, the Stray Cats, Greg Allman, Willie Nelson, Drive By Truckers, Johnny Bush & the Ramones, just to name a few. After living in Austin off and on for almost 10 years, Stevie relocated to Atlantaand then the Ozarks where he recorded his 2011 release "Slow Drunken Waltz".He is currently living in Upstate New York with his wife and child when not touring. Stevie is presently publicizing his most current release "Greenwood" an autobiographical account of his life as a father,husband and traveling musician.The title track tells the tale of his trip to Greenwood Mississippi in the early 90's to deliver a grave marker for the then unhonored Blues legend Robert Johnson.

Jimmy Nash, who grew up sleeping on the floors of recording studios where his parents were working, never thought he would grow up to follow in his family’s footsteps. All he knew at that time was that making records took too long and was way too boring. Well, he grew up to find himself in Brotheryn Studios with producer Todd Hannigan recording his own songs. Not so boring anymore! A singer/songwriter who is breaking new ground in the world of Acoustic Pop. He was born in Houston, bounced around Nashville for his formative years, sang all around the great state of Texas, then Jimmy made his way to California to find his true musical calling. An acoustic base with an insanely soaring vocal range is what he is working with. In addition to singing, he plays guitar, ukulele, and piano. He also writes every song with his songwriting partner who happens to be his mother, Kim Nash.

He started playing the guitar at the age of 5 and made his debut at ten years old to a staggering crowd of 50 in Macon, Mississippi. Learning songwriting and showmanship from his parents, who have penned hit songs for a slew of Nashville elite, he was thrown into the ring of the music industry.

Even though he was surrounded by Country music in Nashville, Nash soon became entranced by the sounds of top 40. Musical influences in every style are what he heard around his house growing up. A myriad of sounds ranging from the Bee Gees to the Beatles, as well as the old standbys, like Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra, then mixed in with anything from the Eagles to Johnny Cash. Not believing in having “one style”, he studied all forms and was open to everything. A musically delicious stew of sounds is what he reflects on when writing now.

As his career continues to blossom, Nash is also busy giving back to his community. He and his family currently head the charity organization “Champions Kids Camp”-Dedicated to the nurturing of children who have survived a traumatic injury, illness, or personal loss in Houston, Texas.


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