Created originally in Dayton, OH, high-school mates Kevin Elliot and J.P. Herrmann met up to start out a rock and roll & roll music group. Originally executing and rehearsing in the home and in garages, the music group added guitarist Andy Hampel and drummer Dan Bandman. With grandiose concepts and a do-it-yourself attitude just like Led by Voices and Robert Pollard, 84 Nash documented a 28-tune debut record and shopped it around to brands, but there is no achievement. Still, the group continuing executing and was agreed upon to Rockathon quickly thereafter. 84 Nash also relocated to close by Columbus, OH. Blending an explosive and bombastic live present recalling the MC5 as well as the Who, the music group released The Kings of Yeah in 1997. The group transformed its lineup somewhat also, adding another guitarist in Ben Schetek and changing Bandman with brand-new drummer Adam Brent. 84 Nash released its second record, Music group for Hire, in 1999 as well as the record received tremendous compliment for its design and element. The music group has been in comparison to various other Ohio based rings such as for example Gaunt as well as the Breeders using a lo-fi quality blended with the attributes of Neutral Dairy Resort. 84 Nash provides toured across THE UNITED STATES and performed at different musical showcases, like the North by Northwest Celebration in 2002.