Now that his production work on the four-years-in-the-making massive CSNY 1974 box set is over and fans have in their hands what they've dreamed about for years, 72-year-old Graham Nash can just lie back and take it easy, right? Not a chance. learn more
12:30 PM on Wed., July 9
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Graham Nash, CD Box Set: CSNY 1974
Graham Nash signing only the CD Box Set, CSNY 1974 and/or his book Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life. No memorabilia, posed photography or personalization. Wristband to be obtained at time of purchase Wednesday, July 9. Store opens at 9:00 am.learn more
Parade By: VI-AN NGUYEN In the summer of 1974, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, and Neil Young made rock history with their epic nine-week, 31-date reunion tour, breaking ground by performing in stadiums in front of audiences of 50,000. At the time, they hadn’t played together for four years (and wouldn’t again until 1985).learn more
WEST COAST SHOWS IN PORTLAND, OR AND EUGENE, OR ALSO ADDED
THE TRIO WILL PERFORM CAREER-SPANNING FAVORITES AS WELL AS NEW SONGS
THE TRIO WILL PERFORM CAREER-SPANNING FAVORITES AS WELL AS NEW SONGSlearn more
Graham Nash will be speaking at the Civil Rights Summit in Austin on April 8th, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Graham joins Bob Santelli on the topic of music and social consciousness.
Live Stream the talk: "An exploration of music as a catalyst for social change, featuring two Rock and Roll Hall of Famers"learn more