Thirty years ago a band from Liverpool achieved three number one hits in the charts and followed it with a million selling debut album. Frankie Goes To
Hollywood exploded in 1984 and imploded in 1987 leaving “Relax”, “Two Tribes”and “The Power Of Love” as their epitaph.
Since the band’s demise guitarist Nasher has continued to make music.
After various band projects he embarked on a solo career in 1995 and has released three albums with a fourth on the way. He recently took time out to write
“Nasher Says Relax”, an autobiography of his life to date as a musician, husband and father of three.
With the release of his 4th solo record 432-1: Open the Vein released this year Nasher makes a welcome return to The Islington.