Nacho Bustillos

Nacho Bustillos

Nacho Bustillos

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Nacho Bustillos

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Nash tells us where his tastes for music were born

Innovative, Creative and Fun thus describes "Nash" this young man who came determined to conquer the Mexican Regional World with his Music.

His full name is Luis Ignacio Bustillos Borunda better known as "Nash" - a short nickname derived from the name Ignacio or 'Nacho'.

Nash, born on July 25, 1977 in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico, is the son of Patricia Borunda and Octavio Bustillos - both Chihuahuan parents.

Nash spends his childhood and adolescence in the city of Chihuahua,

His father is a renowned surgeon who loves music and his mother has a degree in education. It is on the side of his father that from very Nino he learns to sing and play the guitar. His mother tells that Nash still did not speak but he was already singing. But Nash always knew that before dedicating himself to music he had to finish a career and choose to study, Business Administration.

In August of 1995 he emigrated to the state of Texas, and began his studies at the University of Texas in El Paso, and it was in January 1996 when he transferred to the Colorado State University (CSU) located in Pueblo, Colorado to finish his career. At CSU, he stands out as an athlete and champion in Racquetball and for those skills he is offered a scholarship to continue his studies.

In his Heart and in his mind he always takes the Love for music but he follows a discipline in the sport managing to win different titles like,
Mexican National Champion, Collegiate Champion in the United States, Champion of the European Open and Champion of the Tokyo Japan Open, among others.

Those who saw him play say that Nash could have followed a very fruitful career in the sport of Racquetball Professional because recognized brands such as Adidas and Head Sports, already sponsored him

But in 2001, returning from competing in Japan, and already with a title University Nash moved to Los Angeles with the purpose of dedicating fully to music.

After 6 months he meets a young man at a party that invites him to be the leader and lead singer of a Pop Rock group, or alternative music known as "Frontera. "

The group is crowned champion of the battle of bands Budweiser in 2005 competing with more than 600 bands. Soon after, they won the award as the best Latin band at the Coachella Valley Music Awards.

They promised a good future as "Frontera", but the obligations outside the music of group members make Nash become a soloist.

However the awards bring him a special invitation, to Nash, they invite him to prepare a concept of Latin music for some casinos around Los Angeles, and this is how Nash gets his first weekly contract of musical entertainment with an audience focus Latin

The concept works and the days when the band shows up at the casino manage to fill the place.

What they wanted, Nash said, was that they played music in Spanish, but of all, cumbias, merengue, pop, rock, Mexican regional, boleros and others. Here is born his new group known as Quinto Menguante who together with Nash still appear weekly in the casinos of Southern California.

"El Buen Gallo, Wherever You Want to Sing" Nash, has already set foot in very important stages in California and Mexico and like many music lovers, the genre has never been an obstacle.

Nash tells us where his tastes for music were born:

"On the one hand I have influence from the grupero movement of the north of the country and South Texas, but on the side of my father I listened to José José, Napoleón, Emmanuel, Los Bukis apart I love the songs of Joan Sebastian and Ramón Ayala, and I also listen to John Mayer and Jason Mraz in English, I consider myself passionate about music in general and the effect it has on human beings. "

As a soloist Nash brings a very own style that can be described as a modern Mexican regional with a formula of accordion, guitar, bass, drum and bass, varying rhythms between Pop, Regeaton and Rumba.

Today, Nash presents his first single titled El Día y La Noche describing this song as a tragedy, a loss, an unexpected abandonment.

However, "You have to dance and enjoy, even if it hurts," says the singer-songwriter Chihuahuan.

The music video of this single was filmed in the city of Palm Springs California where Nash currently resides.

This video reflects the charisma and personality of Nash as an interpreter, but at the same time reveals a fresh sound in the Norteño genre.

With great humility, he reveals to us that great musicians have participated with him in his production.

Among some are Enrique Franco (producer Tigres del Norte), Fernando Laura (arranger Aleks Syntek and Paulina Rubio) Bugs González (drummer Los Lobos) Jorge Amaya (composer Reik) Balta Hinojosa (composer Gloria Trevi) and producers Cuevo Pérez and Rafael Soto.

"It's a blessing to make music with people so prepared and so successful that I take the most important lesson of my life, that work,that work, perseverance and discipline are the key to success. "El Dia y La Noche is just a taste of NASH's talent, we can enjoy its full album at the beginning of 2013.

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