Even just before joining Frankie Would go to Hollywood, guitarist Brian Nash had been causing a racquet in his hometown of Liverpool, Britain. In 1977, Nash uncovered punk rock and roll, and he utilized his electric guitar to crank out amateurish addresses of songs through the Sex Pistols, the Buzzcocks, and Stiff Small Fingers along with his initial music group Smuzz. Upon graduation, Nash became an electrician; nevertheless, he never deserted his passion for music. After tinkering with several other groupings, Nash shaped Sons and Egypt with Peter Gill (drums) and Holly Johnson (vocals). In 1980, Gill and Johnson departed from Sons and Egypt for a fresh band, Frankie Would go to Hollywood. When Gerard O’Toole give up Frankie Would go to Hollywood, Nash became the group’s guitarist. Like Duran Duran, Frankie Would go to Hollywood got benefit of MTV’s reputation with stylish, sexually provocative movies. The band split up in 1987. In 1991, Nash collaborated with vocalist Offer Boult as Low. Low documented one LP, Enter the larger Reality; nevertheless, the group’s label, Swanyard Information, folded before it had been released. However, Nash and Boult made a decision to work together once again as Dr. Jolly’s Salvation Circus. Nash produced his personal Internet-based label, Babylon Red, and in 2000 he documented his single debut, Ripe.