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Carry On

by Nash Street

Nash Street's new CD represents the old style of bluegrass but makes it new with a contemporary bluegrass and complex country sound.
Genre: Country: Progressive Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Carry On
3:36 $0.99
2. Shady Grove
2:48 $0.99
3. Seven Bridges Road
3:51 $0.99
4. Oh Atlanta
3:41 $0.99
5. Jerusalem Ridge
3:42 $0.99
6. Comin' Home
4:18 $0.99
7. Liberty
1:59 $0.99
8. Lonesome River
4:05 $0.99
9. Blackberry Blossom
1:49 $0.99
10. Lucky Carolina
2:31 $0.99
11. Caroline's Song
2:34 $0.99
12. Widowmaker
4:18 $0.99
13. Katrina
4:24 $0.99
14. -
0:09 $0.99
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Album Notes

Nash Street, a band of four young musicians from Starkville, Miss., was named the winner of the 26th Annual Colgate Country Showdown, Jan. 24, at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

January 25, 2008 – LeAnn Rimes hosted the finals competition and sang two songs from her latest album, Family, during the show. Nash Street, which performed two original tunes, was judged the winner over the other four regional finalists—Carrie Joy, Eldon Johnson, Christy Suggett and Trevor Panczak—and took home the $100,000 grand prize and the title of Best New Act in Country Music. The show was taped before a live audience at the Ryman and will be telecast at a later date


Nashville, Tennessee (October 11, 2007) – Surpassing the competition at the 26th Annual Colgate Country Showdown Mississippi State Final, Starkville’s Nash Street proved worthy of the state title and $1,000. The Mississippi State Fair in Jackson showcased ten acts who had won a local contest sponsored by radio stations throughout Mississippi, enabling each to perform at the state level competition of America’s largest country music talent search.

Nash Street, representing radio station WOKK of Meridian, Mississippi, recently won the Colgate Country Showdown State Competition at the Mississippi State Fair in Jackson, Mississippi. Nash Street was formed in 1996 as the "Goat Ropers." The original members got started as a band for square dances and civic clubs through a public school string program. In 2001 they changed their name to Nash Street – where they practiced and it seemed to have a more catchy sound. The group now consists of Daniel Hare (bass), Hannah Melby (fiddle), Caroline Melby (mandolin) and Jason Graham (guitar), who are all under the age of 23.

They play their own versions of old time, bluegrass, folk, country and blues at a variety of events ranging from church gatherings and live radio broadcasts to traditional bluegrass festivals, Mississippi State events, concerts and private parties. They have performed on the Mornin' Show with Kay Bain; the Legends of Bluegrass and Country Music Festival; Mississippi’s Best Grassroots Entertainment, the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View, Arkansas, and in October 2007 at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Nash Street has had the privilege of opening for many outstanding entertainers such as Rhonda Vincent, The Grascals, Jeff Bates, Little Big Town and for Tim McGraw at “Swampstock” – an annual concert Tim puts on to benefit his hometown of Rayville, Louisiana – in October 2004. Another honor includes the talent award at the Mississippi State Fair where they competed against 160 contestants.

The band recorded their second CD this summer at Ricky Skaggs' studio in Nashville. The CD features the expertise of their particular instruments, tight harmonies, six original songs written by the band members, a couple of songs by their heroes – Alison Krauss, Dr. Ralph Stanley, & the Eagles – and their own arrangements of several pre-1940’s instrumentals. Their CD which contains a song named “Katrina” is dedicated to the survivors of the hurricane that hit the Gulf Coast two years ago. Nash Street believes their, “stage presence and ability to connect with the audience at such young ages makes them attractive to the music industry.” For more on Nash Street, visit www.myspace.com/nashstreet. In the Colgate competition, they displayed their well-rounded talents with two original songs – Carry On and Widow Maker.

Erin Burr – Colgate Country Showdown
Cindy Melby– Nash Street – nashstreet@nashstreet.com



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Pat Grow

Carry On
I enjoyed to cd very much. Best song Widow Maker.
Hope to hear more from Nash Street.

Kara Baker

Carry on
I really enjoy this CD, My Favorite Songs are Widow Maker and Carry On, I would love to hear more from Nash Street.

david shaffernocker

carry on
great songs and lyrics if looking for new lyrics let me know I am songwriter and have dozens of songs that would fit your style....thanks....

ian fowler

carry on
If your a blue grass fan this will be on your top ten! And Kara's right widow maker is a great song. look on youtube a the one they did for the colgate show dow was great

Joan C. Wallis

Nash Street
This young group will go places with their great instrumentals and vocals -- winning the Colgate Country Showdown is only the beginning.
Good Luck!! Hope to hear a lot more from you guys.

Cousin Joan