|I Love You|
|I Remember You|
10th – Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo (Houston, TX)
20th – Run for the Fallen (The Woodlands, TX)
3rd –U.S. Army Soldier Robert Oberlender’s Homecoming (Palestine, TX)
10th – Cove Country Opry (Killeen, TX)
16th, 17th – Alamo Icehouse and Bar (Houston, TX)
24th – Crosstimbers Country Opry (Stephenville, TX)
31st – Gulf Greyhound Park (La Marque, TX)
4th-New Life Assembly of God (Patton Village, TX)
4th-Glennloch Assisted Living (Houston, TX)
24th-Veteran Benefit Fair (Humble, TX)
25th-Shakespear's Pub (Houston, TX)
29th-House of Blues (Houston, TX)
7th-Veteran Homecoming (Houston, TX)
8th-Dosey Doe's Coffee Shop (The Woodlands, TX)
11th-Military Celebration (Kingwood, TX)
2nd-Ride for the Troops (Spring, TX)
9th-Veteran's Day Celebration (Tomball, TX)
11th-Tomball German Christmas Festival (Tomball, TX)
12th-Tomball German Christmas Festival (Tomball, TX)
Born in a small town in Missouri, Cindy Nash moved to Houston, Texas with her family when she was just a tiny tot of three. Since that time, the great road trip of life landed her in Dallas, San Marcos and various towns in Louisiana. In 2003, destiny and dreams of chicken fried steak beckoned her back to the city where she first fell in love with country music and good food - Houston.
Great country artists like Loretta Lynn and Reba McEntire have influenced Cindy. Yet her voice has distinguishable twang all her own. It is a little Dolly Parton mixed with a bit of Olivia Newton-John and a lot of Cindy Nash. Her unwavering patriotic message conjures up memories of a wonderful patriot and entertainer - Bob Hope.
Many artists seek easy fame and fortune. But, the fire that lights Cindy’s candle is neither celebrity or monetary; it is knowing that through her lyrics and melodies she can let others know that they are not alone in their struggles, their worries or their fears. Cindy believes that she has been given a gift, and she intends to use it for what He intended.
Cindy has performed at various opries in Texas, and on March 10, 2010, was invited by the USO to sing at the Rockin’ Rodeo Pavilion of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, the largest event of its kind in the world. She performed “I Remember You”, a song she wrote to honor veterans.
In her spare time, Cindy enjoys spending time with her husband and three teenage children, volunteering at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo and fishing.