About David Nail
Country singer-songwriter David Nail performed as a teen in various one-off groups with his father, who was the band director at his high school.
∙ Nail’s singing was influenced by Elton John’s way with melody, but it was Glen Campbell’s songs that made him want to pursue a country music career.
∙ His first No. 1 single, 2011’s “Let It Rain,” was inspired by a scene in the Zach Braff movie The Last Kiss.
∙ The double-Platinum “Whatever She’s Got” earned Nail his second No. 1 Country hit, which crossed over into the Top 40 of the Pop charts.
∙ In 2011, he was nominated for a Grammy Award for Male Country Vocal Performance for his single “Turning Home.”
∙ After a decade as a solo artist, he decided on a career change and formed the band David Nail and The Well Ravens.
BORNMay 18, 1979