Damien Nash | It's How You Use It

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It's How You Use It

by Damien Nash

Soul, Blues and Jazz with a rockin electric feel
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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Went straight in at number 2 on the Irish Blues Charts and took the number 1 slot on 18th October

"Damien displays a wide blues influence from the likes of Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf kind of musings and Ray Charles. His voice is smoky, gravelly...with touches of the great motown singers"
Musicians together Magazine

The sound is original in its essence but it has a timeless feel to it. It sits on the edge of many genres and it can pack a nice rolling beat with some real edgy guitar riffs and melodic phrasing. 'It's How You Use it' is Damien's debut Single and it has has topped the Irish blues charts


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Clare Dalton

Amazing voice
This was the first song I found by this guy, I thought the cover looked really pretty so I thought I'd download it and I have to write that I do love this sound, the vocals are amazing, its got a moody huskiness to it and that electric guitar sound very sexy. It has a really catchy beat and its so different to anything Ive heard, this blues kind of jazz vibe you get; its something like that new sound that everyone wants to find. The cover told me I was going to find something interesting and I'm glad the song did exactly what the cover hinted at. Golden