Steve Earle and the Dukes will host their second annual benefit concert at New York’s Town Hall on December 5. The show will benefit The Keswell School, an educational program for children and young adults with Autism. Earle’s six-year old son John Henry is living with autism.
Steve Earle and the Dukes will perform their 1986 record Guitar Town in its entirety along with a set from Graham Nash as well as Earle teaming with Shawn Colvin as a part of Colvin & Earle. Matt Savage will also appear on the bill.learn more
Nash is on tour in the Eastern United States in September and Octoberlearn more
Carnegie Corporation of New York, established by Scottish immigrant Andrew Carnegie, thanks immigrants for their contributions to America
New York, NY, June 30, 2016––As Americans prepare to celebrate the most patriotic of their holidays on July Fourth, Carnegie Corporation of New York pays tribute to the role immigrants play in strengthening our country and our democratic society.learn more
Legendary singer-songwriter Graham Nash has announced a new batch of U.S east coast tour dates in September and October 2016 in support of his new studio album, This Path Tonight, which was released worldwide on April 15. Pre-sales for the new tour dates are available now at www.grahamnash.com, with general ticket sales available on Friday, June 24.learn more
A RETURN to his adopted home city proved a triumphal one for one Graham Nash as he guided an enthralled audience on a tour through a career spanning over 50 years at the heart of rock and roll.
Backed by long time collaborator Shayne Fontayne, he moved seemlessly through the decades kicking off with the Hollies' hit Bus Stop, taking us on a ride on the Marrakesh Express, throwing in plenty of his work with Crosby Stills Nash and Young along the way and also showcasing tracks from his new solo album This Path Tonight.learn more