Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young reflects on his time with the band and on the choosing of life over death
Singer/Songwriters David Crosby and Graham Nash performed four songs at Occupy Wall Street on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer discusses his move to America in 1965 and how lyrics can impact society.
Graham Nash talks music, politics after event celebrating 45th anniversary of tour with Crosby and Stills. Nash feels optimistic that young peole can change America for the better. (July 8)
Activist musicians David Crosby and Graham Nash delivered a touch of Woodstock to Occupy Wall Street protesters at Zuccotti Park on Tuesday. They led a chant of 'No More War!' during a 20-minute acoustic performance. (Nov. 8)
Graham Nash, legendary singer-song writer and author of the new book 'Wild Tales' tells The Wall Street Journal's Lee Hawkins that despite YouTube, TV talent shows and celebrity culture, it's harder than ever for musicians to break into the music business. Photo: Associated Press
Graham Nash, legendary singer-songwriter and author of the new book 'Wild Tales' explains how meeting the Everly Brothers in 1960 set the course for his incredible career in the music business. Lee Hawkins reports.
Brett Dennen draws on a whole universe of influences (Paul Simon, Van Morrison, Graham Nash) and styles (folk, R&B, Worldbeat, country, jazz, garage rock), which he effortlessly and naturally merges into a hybrid that is somehow distinctively his own.
Graham Nash, a founding member of The Hollies, and Crosby, Stills & Nash has made his indelible mark as a music legend but photography has always been a first love of sorts.
The British rocker reflects on his prolific career that's spanned five decades and two continents.
Grandaddy of New Mexico painters, Frank McCulloch shares how color, landscape, and being a New Mexican inspire his work. Graham Nash, founding member of The Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash, started as a photographer. And The Moanin' Frogs celebrate the sounds of a former era with their vaudeville inspired sextet.
Jerry Misko, After Midnight, Graham Nash, James De Rosso, Elaine Turner
On WLIW Arts Beat premier: a LI graffiti artist, Broadway's 'After Midnight,' Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston and famous singer Graham Nash!
Rock legend Graham Nash reveals his first artistic passion and the seconds of harmony that created Crosby, Stills and Nash. A young Australian artist overwhelmed by New York vows to draw every building in Manhattan. We tap into a sizzling musical about the jazz age at Harlem s Cotton Club and close with an exploration of the art of nourishing creativity.
Featured Artists: Broadway s After Midnight , Mark Crouthamel, Colin Matthes, and Graham Nash.
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