Jory Nash

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Jory Nash
Birth name Jory Kevin Nash
Genres Indie, folk
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active N/A - present
Labels Thin Man Records

Jory Nash is a folk music-oriented Canadian singer-songwriter and musician.[1]

Jory Nash blends elements of folk, jazz, blues, soul and pop into an original stew of sound. He plays primarily acoustic guitar and piano, and occasionally plays the 5 string banjo.

Jory Nash is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and tours regularly.


  • One Way Down (1998)
  • Tangle With the Ghost (2000)
  • Lo-Fi Northern Blues (2002)
  • Spaz Loves Weezie (2004)
  • Folk, Jazz, Blues & Soul (2007)
  • New Blue Day (2009)
  • Little Pilgrim (2012)
  • The Many Hats of Jory Nash (2015)


2001 Ontario Council of Folk Festivals "Songs From The Heart" Award for the song "When I Walk Out"

2010 Penguin Eggs Magazine's Critic's Poll Album of the Year for "New Blue Day"

2010 Canadian Folk Music Awards Nominee for Best Producer for "New Blue Day"

2013 Canadian Folk Music Awards Nominee for Best Producer for "Little Pilgrim"

2015 Canadian Folk Music Awards Nominee for Best Contemporary Singer & Best Producer for "The Many Hats of Jory Nash"

Career Outside of Music[edit]

Jory Nash is a director at the Canadian company "ALIVE Outdoors" an experiential and outdoor education company specializing in the creation and delivery of customized, meaningful programs for schools and organizations. He works with many students in the Canadian Wilderness to provide an outdoor education and camp experience.


  1. ^ MacNeil, Jason. "Jory Nash". Allmusic. Retrieved 21 August 2011. 

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