Brian Nash was the guitarist for 1980s pop band, Frankie Goes to Hollywood. He was otherwise known as Nasher.
Nash was an electrician when he formed the band Sons of Egypt with Peter Gill and Holly Johnson. In 1980, Gill and Johnson left the band to form Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and Nash joined sometime later. The group's first single, "Relax" reached Number 1 on the UK Singles Chart in 1984. The group disbanded in 1987 after Johnson's departure.
Post Frankie, Nash embarked on a new venture with Mark O'Toole, Peter Gill and Grant Boult and despite interest from numerous record labels the band never released any material. Nash and Boult continued to work together and managed to secure a new record deal with Swanyard Records and recorded an album called "Enter The Bigger Reality" that to date has never been released. The duo released a single "Tearing My Soul Apart' which was written during the time of the previous band with Gill and O'Toole. The record label folded and after a couple of years of trying to secure another deal Boult and Nash went their separate ways and Nash decided to try a solo career and built a recording studio in North London.
Robert Morris is one of the most talented teams in this league. They are so strong one through five and are so explosive. They have so many players who can score. They are a pretty explosive team. (Coach) Mark (Schmidt) is so good at designing plays to get the right player the right shot at the right time.