Frontman & Bandleader
Coco, a BFA Musical Theatre graduate from the UW- Stevens Point, moved to Nashville TN to pursue her singing career at the beginning of 2020 after living as a nomad for over 4 years. Originally from Minnesota, Coco has been seen all over the United States performing for veterans, active military, and their families with Letters From Home (2016-2019), in more than 10 countries as a production vocalist with Oceania Cruise Lines, and in many theatrical productions throughout the United States. Now, her and "Coco & The Nash" can be found at Lucky Bastard Saloon in Nashville, TN, or on the road throughout the United States at music festivals, corporate events, weddings, and more! Along with being a singer, bandleader, and musical theatre performer, Coco has done many commercials, and film projects, and was lucky enough to have the opportunity to model in Italy, Belgium, and France.
Vocalist & Lead Guitar
Born and raised in Napa, California, Chad moved to Nashville in 2013 to intern as a studio engineer at Dark Horse Recording where he received multiple credits working for Ashley Judd and as an assistant engineer for the Jersey Boys Soundtrack. As a teenager, Chad took musical influence from legendary guitar players such as David Gilmour of Pink Floyd and Neal Schon of Journey. Today Chad uses those influences to bring a variety of styles of music to Nashvilles Downtown Broadway with Coco and the Nash.
Bass and Vocals
Ty Soileau, originally from Lake Charles, LA, started playing Bass at 11 years old. In 2020, after having the opportunity to play all over Louisiana, he decided to move to Nashville with a group of friends to further pursue his music career. Some of his biggest musical influences are Elton John and Eddie Van Halen.
"I'm a huge fan of all things music and horror. If I'm not on stage performing, I'm either at the gym, cooking, sleeping, or spending time with my friends. Sometimes I like to read. Other times, I like to watch Cops. I'm a simple guy."
Ty is currently on the road with Struggle Jennings and Jelly Roll but will be back soon! ♥️
Hailing from Michigan, late 80s baby Shayne first picked up a pair of drum sticks in 2007 when video game company Harmonix released their game Rock Band. The game was similar to Guitar Hero, but this one let you play the drums - from that moment on, the drums became Shayne’s passion. Spending his younger years bouncing from college to college, major to major studying everything from video game design to music production, he knew there was only one thing that remained constant through all of that - drums. In 2016, Shayne decided that it was time to focus on his music career and joined a bar band in the local scene. The next two years were spent playing shows at venues all over the Detroit area which included weddings and the largest St. Patrick’s Day party in the area. In 2019, the move to Nashville was made and this is where Shayne currently resides playing the drums full time.