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Guide Live: Golden-voiced Graham Nash dazzled like Midas at Dallas' Granada Theater

Graham Nash has spent much of his life living in his own shadow. As one-fourth of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young , one of the world's first and certainly most acclaimed supergroups, Nash has been called "the sane one." The English gentleman. Attention is often stolen by the disbanded group's more mercurial — and frequently warring — louder personalities. But, if the concert Saturday at the Granada Theater proved anything, it's that Graham Nash, solo artist, adeptly commands a room all by his lonesome.
Well, mostly. Nash came supported by one other musician, fellow English rocker Shane Fontayne, who produced and shares writing credits on Nash's sixth solo album, This Path Tonight, which was released April 15. Over two and a half hours, they covered a 19 song mixture from Nash's former bands the Hollies and CSNY, as well as both current and classic solo efforts, equipped with an arsenal of guitars, a keyboard and a harmonica...