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Leigh Nash from Sixpence None The Richer

Leigh Nash from Sixpence Non The Richer
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Today, we’re joined by Leigh Nash, the American singer and songwriter, best known for being lead vocalist for the pop band Sixpence None the Richer. 

She tells me how she found her passion for music, what it’s been like touring on the road with her music, and how the 1990s iconic song ‘Kiss Me’ launched her career. 

Leigh also places a lot on her faith and it was really easy to feel connected with someone like her. We end the chat by talking about what the future for Leigh holds, and why she treads lightly online…

“You don’t know what you don’t know until you know it.” – Leigh Nash

Time Stamps:
03:11 – Where Leigh grew up and how she found her passion for music. 
07:35 – How influential Matt Slocum was to Leigh. 
09:00 – The love Leigh has for her career. 
11:00 – What it feels like to be singing on stage. 
19:09 – Surfing and the importance of giving anything a go. 
20:43 – What it was like on the road with the band before ‘Kiss Me’ launched the band into fame. 
25:09 – How the song ‘Kiss Me’ got written and how well it was received. 
29:33 – How it felt to play on Letterman’s talk show. 
33:05 – The difficulties there are with having kids during lockdown. 
35:15 – The songs Leigh’s co-written during the lockdown. 
40:30 – The importance of faith and the possibilities for making a podcast. 
45:31 – The possibilities there is for booking a live show, and the music Leigh has coming out soon. 
46:50 – Why Leigh hasn’t done many live streams and how easy it is to get in trouble online. 
51:04 – How to connect with Leigh online. 


Listen to Leigh Nash’s latest single Good Trouble 
Listen to Leigh Nash on Spotify 
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