Israel Nash Now on Tour; New Track Featured as KUTX 'Song of the Day'

 Israel Nash Now on Tour; New Track Featured as KUTX 'Song of the Day'

In addition to Israel Nash's single "Rain Plans" being featured on NPR's "Heavy Rotation-10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing" (, "Through the Door," another track off the album, is now being featured as KUTX's "Song of the Day" LISTEN HERE:

Rain Plans continues to receive acclaim both stateside and overseas. To celebrate, Nash will continue to tour worlwide. See below more details!

The album was produced by Nash, recorded and mixed by Grammy Award winning engineer Ted Young (Sonic Youth, Kurt Vile) and inspired by Nash's new home of Dripping Springs, TX which helped evolve the tone of his songwriting. Of the new music Nash notes, "I wanted to make an album that sounded like what I saw and somehow spread the peace that this place brings to me. These songs are all about moving from New York to the reaches of the Hill Country and what those hills represent to me, which is greater than just nature. It's about my life and home. I really wanted to go new places and abandon any rules that had made me cautious before. It's about creating an environment that is so much bigger than any individual."

To celebrate the release, Nash will set out on a worldwide tour including an Americana Music Festival Official Showcase performance at The High Watt in Nashville. See below for full tour routing.

As a native of Missouri, Nash grew up in the heartland of America. Ever restless, Nash relocated to New York City. In 2011 he released Barn Doors and Concrete Floors, which was recorded live in an old barn in upstate New York. Extensive touring in Europe helped Nash gain greater exposure overseas and the Euro Americana Charts chose Barn Doors and Concrete Floors as the top album of 2011.

1. Woman at the Well
2. Through the Door
3. Just Like Water
4. Who In Time
5. Myer Canyon
6. Rain Plans
7. Iron of the Mountain
8. Mansions
9. Rexanimarum

*with Sons of Bill
†with The Felice Brothers

August 28 /// Brighton, UK /// The Prince Albert
August 29 /// Dorset, UK /// End of the Road Festival
August 31 /// Manchester, UK /// The Castle Hotel
September 2 /// London, UK /// Borderline
September 4 /// Belfast, UK /// McHugh's
September 5 /// Kilkenny, IE /// Set Theatre
September 6 /// Dublin, IE /// Whelan's (Upstairs)
September 9 /// Hamburg, DE /// Prinzebar
September 10 /// Zurich, CH /// Bogen F
September 11 /// Paris, FR /// La Boule Noir
September 12 /// Haarlem, NL /// Patronaat
September 13 /// Groningen, NL /// Take Root Festival
September 18 /// Nashville, TN /// The High Watt
September 20 /// Nashville, TN /// The Groove
September 21 /// Lexington, KY /// Willie's Locally Known
September 22 /// Knoxville, TN /// The Standard†
September 23 /// Whitesburg, KY /// Summit City
September 25 /// Rocky Mount, VA /// Harvester*
September 26 /// Richmond, VA /// Broadberry* Broadberr
September 27 /// Charlottesville, VA /// The Jefferson*
September 28 /// Raleigh, NC /// Southland Ballroom*
September 30 /// Wilmington, NC /// Bourgie Nights
October 1 /// Asheville, NC /// New Mountain*
October 3 /// Washington, DC /// Hamilton*
October 4 /// New York, NY /// Mercury Lounge*
October 5 /// Philadelphia, PA /// World Café Live*
October 7 /// Boston, MA /// Great Scott*
October 9 /// Pittsburgh, PA /// Club Café*
October 10 /// Columbus, OH /// The Basement*
October 11 /// Chicago, IL /// Schubas*
October 12 /// Goshen, IN /// Ignition Garage*
October 13 /// St. Louis, MO /// Duck Room*
October 15 /// Denton, TX /// Dan's Silverleaf