Veteran singer-songwriter Bill Nash will release a new memoir, Saint Sinner Singer: An Unexpected, Redirected, Resurrected Life, on March 23.
Nash’s career has spanned across seven decades, and five major record labels. His songs have been recorded by Diamond Rio, Dolly Parton, Larry Gatlin, Reba McEntire, Wayne Newton, and Eddy Arnold. He and his wife and frequent songwriting partner Kim Nash, also founded Champions Kids Camp, a camp for survivors of traumatic events, in honor of their oldest son’s healing from Leukemia.
The autobiography will detail the ups and downs of Nash’s music career and personal life. From growing up on the road singing in his family’s band, his first meeting with Kris Kristofferson, his first record deal and writing songs for country music artists, to meeting his wife and the fearful times their family has endured, Saint Sinner Singer will take readers through the triumphs and struggles.
“Hope. If I could give everyone one gift by way of reading this book, it would be hope,” says Nash. “Sure, I love telling my stories about Kristofferson and Reba and everybody else I’ve been so fortunate to work with, but at the end of the day, I would like anyone reading my story to come away with a feeling that they can make it through whatever life throws at them.”
Saint Sinner Singer is available for pre-order now.
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