Brian Philip Nash
|Also known as||Nasher|
|Born||20 May 1963|
|Associated acts||Frankie Goes to Hollywood|
|Website||Nasher official website|
Nash worked as an electrician when he formed the band Sons and Egypt with Peter Gill and Holly Johnson. In 1980, Gill and Johnson left the band to form Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and Nash joined them later.
Seven singles and two albums released by Frankie Goes To Hollywood reached the top 30 on the UK charts.
From 1987 to 1997, Nash worked as a guitarist and songwriter for various bands. In 1997, he began a solo career, releasing music as Nasher. In July 2009, he recorded a version of "You'll Never Walk Alone" at his father's funeral service.
In 2012, Nash published the biographical book: Nasher Says Relax, about his life in the band Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
In 2015, he worked as an actor (Docker) in the film Saturday by Mike Forshaw.
Nash declined to take part in a 2004 Frankie reunion, but later agreed to a reunion when VH1's show Bands Reunited approached him. The band reunited but did not perform together because Holly Johnson declined.
- Ripe (1999)
- Le Grande Fromage (2003)
- A Lo Minimo (2010)
- 432-1: Open The Vein (2017)
- Saturday (2015)
- Nash, Brian (2012). Nasher Says Relax – Inside the Band and Beyond the Pleasuredome. Trinity Mirror Media. p. 304. ISBN 978-1906802981.
- "Frankie Goes to Hollywood". Billboard. Archived from the original on 25 July 2018. Retrieved 11 March 2014.
- "It's Nash-ville; Jade Wright talks to Brian Nash about how it feels being back in Liverpool". Liverpool Echo. Trinity Mirror North West & North Wales. 12 January 2008. Retrieved 22 January 2008.
- "Nasher - Le Grande Fromage - CD Baby Music Store". Archived from the original on 13 December 2019. Retrieved 31 May 2017.
in 1987 Nasher embarked on several band projects as a guitarist and songwriter
- "Nasher - Ripe - CD Baby Music Store".
In 1997 he decided to take the plunge and step up to the microphone and take centre stage.
- "I prefer to go it alone". Liverpool Echo. Trinity Mirror North West & North Wales. 5 August 2005. Retrieved 22 January 2010.