Parking Available for The Nash Shows

By John Willis | May 6, 2019 | Comments Off on Parking Available for The Nash Shows

The Nash has negotiated a discounted parking price for parking during performances! Patrons attending shows may purchase 3 hour parking for $6.00, which is a 33% discount from the price available to the general public. Parking is in the garage directly across 1st Street with the entrance about mid-block.

You can purchase the parking as a retail add-on when purchasing a ticket online through our website or at the box office upon arrival at The Nash. Whether you purchased online in advance or plan to buy at the box office, park in the garage and be sure to bring the parking ticket issued at the garage entrance. We will attach a bar code sticker to the blank end of your parking ticket. Upon leaving the garage, scan the parking garage bar code first and The Nash bar code second to trigger the discount. If you have parked for more than 3 hours, you will be charged for the additional time at the standard rate of $3.00 per hour.

Futures Workshop featured on PBS Horizon

By John Willis | May 6, 2019 | Comments Off on Futures Workshop featured on PBS Horizon

Our very own The Nash Futures Workshop, directed by Pam Morita, was featured on a recent episode of Arizona Horizon! Click here to watch the story.

Top 100 Jazz Venues Poll

By John Willis | April 22, 2019 | 0 Comments
All About Jazz Reader's Poll badge for Best Venue 2019

The Nash finished in the Top 100 (out of 26,766) best Jazz Venues worldwide! We came in at #64 in the poll, conducted by allaboutjazz.com, and are surrounded by Jazz Club Ferrera in Ferrera, Italy and Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York. Pretty good company!

Thanks to all of you who voted for us, and to all of you who have attended a show or workshop, or supported our mission in any way. We truly appreciate the recognition and look forward to many more years of great jazz here in our beautiful desert!

The Jazz Beacon Award

By John Willis | March 26, 2019 | Comments Off on The Jazz Beacon Award

to Honor Legendary Jazz Musicians

Lewis Nash Presents First Jazz Beacon Award To Bassist Ron Carter
Saxophonist Benny Golson To Be Honored April 7

Lewis Nash (r) presents Ron Carter with the first Nash Jazz Beacon Award

(Phoenix, Ariz.) The living legends of jazz, veteran musicians who have achieved greatness in performing jazz are now being honored at The Nash with the creation of The Jazz Beacon Award. Conceived by Lewis Nash as a way to recognize the important role and contributions these musicians have given to the world of jazz, The Nash inducted its first honoree, bassist Ron Carter, during his March 23rd appearance at the downtown Phoenix jazz club.

Carter had arrived in Phoenix to perform as part of “The Trio,” for the “Japan-Jazz Connection” concert, joining Takeshi Yamaguchi (guitar) and Lewis Nash (drums) for a concert of selections from their The Trio II Live in Osaka recording. In front of a sold-out crowd, Lewis Nash presented the award to Carter and unveiled a portrait created for him by Phoenix artist Abe Zucca.

Legendary saxophonist and NEA Jazz Master Benny Golson will be the next recipient honored with The Nash Jazz Beacon Award during his concert at The Nash on April 7 at 3 pm.

“The world of jazz is a rich place because of these incredible musicians, who play with such artistry and give so generously to their fellow musicians and jazz lovers around the globe. We wanted to recognize not only their contributions to music, but pay tribute to their status as living legends for the art form. For me personally, it is a true privilege and honor to perform with them, to hear their music, and most of all, to call them friends.” – Lewis Nash.

The Nash Jazz Beacon Award recipients will be displayed with honor at The Nash, 110 Roosevelt Rd, with future honorees to be announced at a later date.

Hot Dogs & Jazz makes The Entertainer! magazine

By John Willis | February 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Our popular Hot Dogs & Jazz: Jazz For Families program was recently written up in The Entertainer! magazine. CLICK HERE to read the article.

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