Fergal Nash is an artist who likes to cut through the BS. He gives it to you straight in his lyrics, and doesn't suffer fools. Crunchy guitar hook bangers, along with the occasional acoustic ballad are his forte. His latest single "Spite Doesn't Matter" has just been released, and has already garnered significant airplay
on Limerick's Live95. The song rages back against begrudgers who poked fun at his musical dreams in secondary school. Niall Quinn of Cranberries and Hitchers fame is a fan tweeting "Fergal has all the right ingredients." Airplay includes Dave Fanning (2FM) and Alan Jaques (Live95.) He has graced many illustrious stages, such as Dolans Warehouse Limerick, Kenny's Lahinch and Mike The Pies, Listowel.
He has just completed an MA in Songwriting at The Irish World Academy, UL, under the tutelage of Carl Corcoran and Windings Steve Ryan, and graduated with first class honours in January 2023. His skills caught the eyes and ears of guest mentors such as John Spillane and Niamh Regan. His fourth studio album "On a Constant Roll" will be released in the summer 2023, having been produced by rising Cambridgeshire U.K maestro Martin John.