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Category Classic Rock, Folk, Rock, Singer, Songwriter
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Aug
03
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Boulder
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Aug
04
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Fort Collins
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Aug
06
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Denver
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Aug
07
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Boulder
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Aug
09
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Omaha
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Aug
10
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Salina
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Aug
13
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Des Moines
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Aug
14
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Milwaukee
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Aug
16
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Minneapolis
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Aug
17
More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Bayfield
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Aug
20
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Kalamazoo
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Aug
21
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Royal Oak
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Aug
23
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Kent
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Aug
24
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Hammondsport
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Aug
26
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Ocean City
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Aug
27
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Harrisburg
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Aug
29
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Charlton
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Aug
30
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Rockport
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Sep
28
Graham Nash with Special Guest Judy Collins - An Evening of Songs and Stories
Collingswood
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Sep
29
Graham Nash with Special Guest Judy Collins - An Evening of Songs and Stories
Collingswood
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Oct
01
Graham Nash with Special Guest Judy Collins - An Evening of Songs and Stories
New York
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Oct
03
Graham Nash with Special Guest Judy Collins - An Evening of Songs and Stories
Boston
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Oct
04
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Northampton
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Oct
06
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Albany
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Oct
08
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Québec
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Oct
09
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Ottawa
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Oct
10
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Burlington
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Oct
12
Graham Nash with Special Guest Judy Collins - An Evening of Songs and Stories
Ithaca
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Oct
15
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Evanston
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Oct
16
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Evanston
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Oct
17
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
St Louis
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Oct
19
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Morgantown
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Oct
20
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Athens
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Oct
22
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Hopewell
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Oct
23
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Vienna
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Oct
25
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Vienna
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Oct
26
Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories
Vienna
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About Graham Nash
Legendary artist Graham Nash, as a founding member of both the Hollies and Crosby, Stills and Nash, is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee who has seen rock history unfold at some of its seminal moments – from the launch of the British Invasion (that’s him on-screen in 1967, eyewitness to the Beatles global broadcast performance of “All You Need Is Love” from Abbey Road studios) to the birth of the Laurel Canyon movement a year later. An extraordinary Grammy Award® winning renaissance artist – and self-described “simple man” – Nash was inducted twice into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, for his work with CSN and his work as a solo artist, beginning with two landmark albums, Songs For Beginners and Wild Tales. Now in 2022, comes Graham Nash: Live, a unique project arriving on May 6, on which he revisits those first two classic solo albums in live concert settings recorded in 2019, each in its entirety with their songs in familiar sequence. Nash was joined on stage by a seven-piece band led by his longtime collaborators, Shane Fontayne (guitar and vocals) and Todd Caldwell (keyboards and vocals), The album was mixed by Grammy Award® winner Kevin Killen and mastered by Grammy Award® winner Bob Ludwig. Towering above virtually everything that Graham Nash has accomplished in his long and multi-faceted career, stands the litany of songs that he has written and introduced to the soundtrack of our lives for nearly six decades. “The art of songwriting,” he has said, “to people who enjoy music but don’t write music, is very mysterious. I’m not even sure how I can describe what I go through. I wake up in the morning, I’m alive, I get on with my day, I check the news from around the world, I check the local newspapers, I check what’s going on with my friends, and I write about my life, that’s all I’ve been doing all my life.” Nash’s remarkable body of work began with his contributions to the Hollies opus from 1964 to ’68, including “Stop Stop Stop,” “On A Carousel,” “Carrie Anne,” “King Midas In Reverse,” and “Jennifer Eccles,” and continues all the way to This Path Tonight (2016), his most recent solo album. In 2018, Over the Years… compiled Nash’s best-known CSN and post-CSN work, along with more than a dozen unreleased demos and mixes, on a 30-track, 2-CD collection. The original classic union of Crosby, Stills & Nash (& Young) lasted but twenty months. Yet their songs are lightning rods embedded in our DNA, starting with Nash’s “Marrakesh Express,” “Pre-Road Downs” and “Lady Of the Island,” from the first Crosby, Stills & Nash LP (1969). On CSNY’s Déjà Vu (1970), Nash’s iconic “Teach Your Children” and “Our House” (for Joni Mitchell) beseeched us to hold love tightly, to fend off the madness that was on its way. Nash’s career as a solo artist took flight in 1971, with the two aforementioned albums further showcasing the depths of his abilities as a singer and songwriter: his solo debut Songs For Beginners (with “Chicago/We Can Change the World” and “Military Madness”), and Wild Tales released in 1974 (with “Prison Song,” “Oh! Camil,” and “You’ll Never Be the Same”). Three compositions on Songs For Beginners reflect back on the storied breakup of Nash and Joni, “Better Days,” “I Used To Be A King” (which recalibrates the Hollies’ “King Midas In Reverse”), and “Simple Man” (“I am a simple man, so I sing a simple song/ I’ve never been so much in love, and never hurt so bad at the same time”). A third song, “Wounded Bird” was about the aftermath of Stephen Stills’ breakup with Judy Collins. But the alpha and omega of Songs For Beginners are two chronicles of society’s frayed edges in the Vietnam-era: “Military Madness” (dedicated to Nash’s parents, who quietly and bravely brought up their children in postwar England); and “Chicago/We Can Change the World” (a plea to CSNY bandmates Stills and Young to join him and Crosby at a benefit concert for the defense of the Chicago Eight, “won’t you please come to Chicago/ just to sing”). Autobiographic context similarly weaves through “Sleep Song” (for his first wife Rose Eccles, paradigm of “Jennifer Eccles”), and “Man In the Mirror” (written off the coast of Cuba, aboard Crosby’s yacht the Mayan, on their epic seven-week, 3,000-mile voyage from Florida to San Francisco, through the Panama Canal). 1974’s Wild Tales addressed (among other issues) unfair jail terms for minor offenses (with “Prison Song”), unfair treatment of Vietnam vets (“Oh! Camil,” inspired by decorated Vietnam vet Scott Camil, who became a founder of Vietnam Veterans Against the War), and the unfairness of fame (“You’ll Never Be the Same”). Nash wrote “Grave Concern” in reaction to the lies and coverups of the Nixon/Watergate investigations, “outraged that the administration’s leaders were lying to the American people and screwing with the Constitution.” In his 2013 autobiography, Wild Tales, Nash described his second Lp as “a good collection of songs but dark and moody, which was where I was at the time … in a deep emotional hole.” Nash’s output of solo albums over the decades ahead, while they exist in their own time and space, are nonetheless informed to an extent by the presence in his life of his three dynamic musical partners in CSNY. The most resilient, long-lived and productive partnership to emerge from the CSNY camp was launched (before Nash’s Wild Tales) with the eponymously titled Graham Nash/David Crosby (1972), bookended by Nash’s “Southbound Train” as the opening track and “Immigration Man” as the closer. The duo contributed further to the soundtrack of the ’70s on their back-to-back Lps, Wind On the Water (1975) and Whistling Down the Wire (1976). On the CSN reunion studio album (1977), Nash took top honors with “Just A Song Before I Go” (written in the space of one hour, and a Top 10 hit single). Lightning struck once more on CSN’s Daylight Again (1982), on which Nash penned the group’s second (and final) Top 10 hit, “Wasted On the Way,” lamenting the energy, time and love lost by the group due to years of internecine quarrels. There would be five subsequent album projects in the group’s canon, up through the most recent CSN 2012 live double-CD/DVD package. Nash’s passionate voice is frequently heard in support of peace, and social and environmental justice. The No Nukes/Musicians United for Safe Energy (MUSE) concerts he organized with Jackson Browne and Bonnie Raitt in 1979 remain seminal benefit events. In 2011, Nash was instrumental in bringing MUSE back to the forefront with a concert to benefit Japan disaster relief and groups promoting non-nuclear energy worldwide. That same year, he and Crosby were among the many musicians who made their way to the Occupy Wall Street actions in lower Manhattan. In September 2013, Nash published his long-awaited autobiography, aptly titled Wild Tales, which delivers an engrossing, no-holds-barred look back at his remarkable career and the music that defined a generation. The book landed him on the New York Times Best Sellers list and was released in paperback in late 2014. In recognition for his contributions as a musician and philanthropist, Nash was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth. While continually building his musical legacy, Nash is also an internationally renowned photographer and visual artist. With his photography, Nash has drawn honors including the New York Institute of Technology’s Arts & Technology Medal and Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters and the Hollywood Film Festival’s inaugural Hollywood Visionary Cyber Award. A photographer since the age of ten, Nash’s photos have been shown in galleries and museums worldwide. His company Nash Editions’ original IRIS 3047 digital printer and one of its first published works—Nash’s 1969 portrait of David Crosby— is now housed in the National Museum of American History at the Smithsonian Institution. A collection of his photos is featured in the book A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash which was released in November 2021 by Insight Editions. Nash’s lifelong commitment to his work is unwavering. His inspiration is simple: “All the things we stood for, that love is better than hatred, that peace is better than war, that we have to take care of our fellow human beings, because that’s all we have on this planet – those things are still true today. I need to know that I’ve brought something into the world that was positive and not negative.”
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What fans are saying
Pete Susan
5 / 5
Fantastic Concert! So close to the stage and it was a very intimate concert. Graham sang alot of hits, joked around and we all had a great time. Just wish I could see him sing every week and talk photo stuff with him. Thank You Mr Nash for a great time! P. Tyson
Egyptian Theatre Park City, UT
Jul 04, 2023
Bob
5 / 5
Graham's still got it! A wonderful evening on Asheville. Opened with "Marrakesh Express " and rolled thru stuff from CSN and his deep solo stuff. He even pulled "Bus Stop" from his days on The Hollies out of his bag. Very versatile backup band !
Diana Wortham Theatre Asheville, NC
Nov 13, 2023
Jim
4 / 5
When a 76 year old gentleman takes the stage and transmits nothing but love to the audience, one can’t ask for more. To learn more about the artist through his sharing of life events was a genuine pleasure. Graham Nash is a gem.
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts Scottsdale, AZ
Oct 17, 2018
Rodney
5 / 5
Graham Nash is a magical songwriter who’s voice sounds as good today as he did 50 years ago. The newly renovated Arlington Music Hall was a very pleasant surprise. One of the nicer small venues in the Metroplex. -rt
Arlington Music Hall Arlington, TX
Sep 23, 2018
Bradley
5 / 5
Doesn’t matter how many times I’ve seen Grahamin every possible combination over 50 years, his performances always give the audience the feeling of a musical journey worth taking. You always leave feeling like your life was enriched.
Brown County Music Center Nashville, IN
Mar 30, 2022
Margie
5 / 5
He’s such a wonderful entertainer with the storytelling and he still has a great voice love listening and singing along !! His concert his time was mellow and I left with the songs playing in my head.
Keswick Theatre Glenside, PA
Mar 07, 2022
Rich
4 / 5
At 80 years old, Graham Nash is as relevant now as ever before. His voice is great and his stories and songs are both evocative and fresh. He is a genius.
Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre at the Count Basie Center for the Arts Red Bank, NJ
Jul 15, 2022
Michael
5 / 5
Graham was outstanding as always. He can still hit the high notes. Pretty incredible for 81! Wonderful and intimate venue. We would return and recommend to friends in a heartbeat!
Old Town School of Folk Music Chicago, IL
Apr 30, 2023
Lyn
5 / 5
Exceeded my high expectations. It was aspirational. To see Graham at 81 do such a fantastic show was a treat beyond words. Amazing band. Great stories. Incredible performance.
Diana Wortham Theatre Asheville, NC
Nov 13, 2023
richard
5 / 5
He played for 2 hours and played a lot of hits and his favorites. The sound at the Egg is the best. Not bad seat in the place
The Egg Albany, NY
Sep 29, 2019
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Graham Nash Tour Cities
Collingswood, NJ Albany, NY Hammondsport, NY Charlton, MA New York City, NY Vienna, VA Bayfield, WI Minneapolis, MN Rockport, MA Milwaukee, WI Hopewell, VA Denver, CO Boulder, CO Ocean City, NJ Kalamazoo, MI Boston, MA Burlington, VT St. Louis, MO Des Moines, IA Royal Oak, MI Fort Collins, CO Ithaca, NY Ottawa, ON Kent, OH Québec, QC Athens, OH Omaha, NE Morgantown, WV Harrisburg, PA Salina, KS Northampton, MA Evanston, IL

Frequently Asked Questions About Graham Nash

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Graham Nash on tour?

Yes, Graham Nash is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Graham Nash concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Graham Nash tour is scheduled for 37 dates across 32 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Graham Nash scheduled to play?

Graham Nash is scheduled to play 37 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Graham Nash tour start?

Graham Nash’s tour starts Aug 03, 2024 and ends on Oct 26, 2024. They will play 32 cities; their most recent concert was held in Boulder at Chautauqua Auditorium and their next upcoming concert will be in Collingswood at Scottish Rite Auditorium.

What venues is Graham Nash performing at?

As part of the Graham Nash tour, Graham Nash is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Aug 03 - Boulder, CO @ Chautauqua Auditorium
Aug 04 - Fort Collins, CO @ Washington’s FoCo
Aug 06 - Denver, CO @ Denver Botanic Gardens
Aug 07 - Boulder, CO @ Chautauqua Auditorium
Aug 09 - Omaha, NE @ Holland Center
Aug 10 - Salina, KS @ Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts
Aug 13 - Des Moines, IA @ Hoyt Sherman Place
Aug 14 - Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theater
Aug 16 - Minneapolis, MN @ Pantages Theatre
Aug 17 - Bayfield, WI @ Big Top Chautauqua - Concert Venue
Aug 20 - Kalamazoo, MI @ Kalamazoo State Theatre
Aug 21 - Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
Aug 23 - Kent, OH @ The Kent Stage
Aug 24 - Hammondsport, NY @ Point of the Bluff Vineyards
Aug 26 - Ocean City, NJ @ Ocean City Music Pier
Aug 27 - Harrisburg, PA @ Whitaker Center
Aug 29 - Charlton, MA @ Tree House Brewing Company, LLC
Aug 30 - Rockport, MA @ Shalin Liu Performance Center
Sep 28 - Collingswood, NJ @ Scottish Rite Auditorium
Sep 29 - Collingswood, NJ @ Scottish Rite Auditorium
Oct 01 - New York, NY @ Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
Oct 03 - Boston, MA @ Boch Center - Shubert Theatre
Oct 04 - Northampton, MA @ Academy Of Music Theatre
Oct 06 - Albany, NY @ The Egg
Oct 08 - Québec, QC @ Palais Montcalm
Oct 09 - Ottawa, ON @ National Arts Centre
Oct 10 - Burlington, VT @ Flynn Center For the Performing Arts
Oct 12 - Ithaca, NY @ State Theatre of Ithaca
Oct 15 - Evanston, IL @ Cahn Auditorium
Oct 16 - Evanston, IL @ Cahn Auditorium
Oct 17 - St Louis, MO @ The Pageant
Oct 19 - Morgantown, WV @ Metropolitan Theatre
Oct 20 - Athens, OH @ Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium
Oct 22 - Hopewell, VA @ Beacon Theatre
Oct 23 - Vienna, VA @ The Barns at Wolf Trap
Oct 25 - Vienna, VA @ The Barns at Wolf Trap
Oct 26 - Vienna, VA @ The Barns at Wolf Trap
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