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Dallas Artist Toya Nash Sings National Anthem at Madison Square Garden

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Posted: Thursday, December 13, 2012 6:30 am | Updated: 10:43 am, Thu Dec 13, 2012.

New York, NY (December 10, 2012)--Toya Nash, Dallas native, singer and actor, sang the national anthem at Madison Square Garden to a soldout audience for the Miguel Cotto vs. Austin Trout boxing match on December 1. The championship boxing telecast of Cotto vs. Trout, telecast on Showtime, had 1.047 million viewers, setting a new record for Showtime boxing broadcasts.

Nash was honored to have sung the national anthem at Madison Square Garden for the boxing match. Born and raised in Dallas, Nash is an accomplished singer and actress. She just released her first EP, "Him...", which is available on iTunes and has worked in film, television and theater.

In addition to singing and acting, Toya Nash is also an entrepreneur. She is the owner of Coach Your Craft, an acting and voice coaching company for both children and adults.

Stay tuned, as the future is certainly bright for this multi-talented artist.

See Toya’s performance at http://youtu.be/ITW-YceOv9Y. For more information on Coach Your Craft, visit www.CoachYourCraft.com. For more information on Toya Nash, visit http://www.ToyaNashmusic.com.

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