08/28/2021 - 6:00pm
"Music can be the space where people think--even just for a few minutes," says Israel Nash. "The space is not about changing their lives or political views or their party ticket. It's about creating something that prompts reflection in a moment--and those reflections have other chain reactions."
Nash is sitting outside in sun, thinking. It's something he does often, looking out over endless Texas hills that surround his family's rural home. He's thought a lot over the last several years about music--not only how to make it, but why. What is the endgame for Nash, a critically acclaimed rock-and-roll groovesman, personally?