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Graham Nash On the Importance of Fighting Injustice: 'We Are Better Than This' - Billboard

by Melinda Newman, Courtesy of Billboard Magazine   As political tensions rise ahead of the midterm elections, outspoken artists like Graham Nash are planning events focused on social activism As the government struggles to reunite migrant families separated at the U.S./Mexico border as a result of President Donald Trump's zero tolerance policy, musicians are coming together to support the families seeking refuge.   learn more

Watch “Teach Your Children” HERE via The Atlantic

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Social Movements Are Much More Partisan Than They Used to Be

  By RONALD BROWNSTEIN - Courtesy of Atlantic Media   There are definite parallels between today’s protests and those of the 1960s, when Graham Nash wrote his classic anthem, “Teach Your Children.” But increased polarization means changes in tactics and goals.   learn more

Graham Nash Joins the Lantern Tour

Graham Nash will join Emmylou Harris, Jackson Browne, Shawn Colvin and Lila Downs at New York's The Town Hall on October 28 as part of The Lantern Tour: Concerts for Migrants and Refugee Families. The Lantern Tour is an intimate evening of acoustic music to benefit the Women’s Refugee Commission and their advocacy on behalf of migrant and refugee families seeking safety at the U.S. border.   Tickets on sale Thursday morning, July 26.   Learn more at TheLanternTour.org learn more

Graham Nash Announces Fall 2018 North American Tour Dates

New 30-Song Collection ‘Over the Years...’ (out June 29) Looks Back at Nash’s Five Decade Musical Journey 

 

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Exclusive Premiere: Graham Nash Shares the Original Demo of 'Just A Song Before I Go'

Graham Nash is an iconic singer, songwriter and guitarist and his upcoming release, 

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Over The Years… Looks Back At Graham Nash’s Five Decade Musical Journey

30-Song Collection Spotlights Nash’s Best-Known Songs From The Past  50 Years And Includes More Than A Dozen Unreleased Demos And Mixes  Available On CD, Vinyl, And Digital From Rhino

Pre-order your copy here: https://rh-ino.co/overtheyears

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Universe still smiling on Graham Nash, and he's coming to the Englert Theatre Friday

by Dave Gil de Rubio, Last Word Features

In his 75 years on this mortal coil, Graham Nash has lived the equivalent of multiple lifetimes.

As a musician, he’s made his mark as a founding member of The Hollies, as well as Crosby, Stills & Nash and its various permutations — in addition to having a respectable solo career.

The native of Blackpool in northwest England also has indulged his creative impulses via a lesser-known, but equally lauded foray into photography.

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Without Crosby and Stills, Nash sparks wonderful nostalgia at Dakota Jazz Club

By Jon Bream - Courtesy of Minnesota Star Tribune

The voice was familiar. So, too, the shock of wavy white hair. And, of course, the songs.

“Our House,” “Marrakesh Express,” “Just a Song Before I Go,” “Carrie Anne,” to name a few.

Seeing rock hero Graham Nash Tuesday night in the intimate confines of the Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis was indeed extra-special.

For some of the 275 baby boomers in attendance at the sold-out concert, it seemed to be a spiritual experience, reliving teenage or college years.

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