In a Canadian music scene that continues to sprawl out like the prairies she calls home, Megan Nash’s indie folk sound consistently stands out from the crowd. Whether it be for her powerful, one-of-a-kind voice, her deeply personal and insightful songs, or her unapologetically open and honest personality, she makes an impression upon everyone who hears her. From town to town across Canada, Nash, who calls the rural Saskatchewan area of Treaty 4 home, has been steadily connecting with listeners of all ages for the past four years. She is the kind of performer who commands your attention, haunting your soul and gently searing a stamp on your heart.
Megan Nash was nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award for Songwriter of the Year for her song ‘Deer Head’. Nash has performed at the Regina Folk Festival, Ness Creek Music Festival, Halifax’s In The Dead of Winter Festival, Bengough’s Gateway Festival, Lethbridge’s Love and Records and Moose Jaw’s Festival of Words. She has been a two time nominee for the Prairie Dog’s Best Solo Act and was named Moose Jaw’s Best Celebrity in 2014 and Best Local Artist in 2015 and 2016 by the Moose Jaw Times Herald readers.