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Express: The Hollies star Graham Nash: My six best albums


GRAHAM NASH, 74, was a founder member of The Hollies, whose many hits in the 1960s include I’m Alive and Just One Look. He was part of Crosby, Stills And Nash, who charted in 1969 with Marrakesh Express.

THE BEATLES: Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (EMI)

The Business Times: Life begins at 74 for Graham Nash

by Dylan Tan

The former Hollies icon says he's all fired up again.

GRAHAM Nash is no stranger to starting life anew.

At the height of his career with The Hollies - the English pop band he co-founded in 1962 - he left to go to America to start supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN) with David Crosby and Stephen Stills in 1968.

Graham Nash Releases New Solo Album, "This Path Tonight"

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Nash releases Record Store Day version of solo record on Saturday, April 16

April 15, 2016, Los Angeles, CA: Legendary singer-songwriter Graham Nash releases hi new studio album, This Path Tonight, worldwide on April 15, 2016.  The album is available on CD, Digital, Hi-res, 180-gram Vinyl, and CD/DVD thru Nash’s Blue Castle Label, distributed thru ADA worldwide.

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Boston Globe: Album review: Graham Nash, ‘This Path Tonight’

By Ken Capobianco
GLOBE CORRESPONDENT  APRIL 14, 2016   Love and mortality weigh heavily on Graham Nash, 74, throughout his deeply personal new record tracing the tentative steps toward spiritual renewal. The path navigated by the folk-rock veteran — still in fine voice — is the road to rediscovery:

The Arts Desk: 10 Questions for Musician Graham Nash

It was in August 1968 that Graham Nash, then still a member of The Hollies, took a cab from LAX airport in Los Angeles to Joni Mitchell's house in Laurel Canyon. He was just embarking on a love affair with Joni, but also about to blast off on a different kind of adventure with the two musicians who greeted him at her house, David Crosby and Stephen Stills.

Relix: Interview: Graham Nash on CSNY, David Gilmour, Trey Anastasio and More

“As a musician, I've always reacted to my life—from the moment I open up my eyes,” Graham Nash says while prepping to release his sixth solo record, This Path Tonight, on a cold winter afternoon a few weeks into the new year. “This album is a document of a journey that I’m taking late in my life that’s stunning to me and that’s inevitable. I’m on a new path. I’ll be 74 in less than a month, providing I make it, of course. This is quite a journey for me. The music of This Path Tonight reflects that.” 


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It’s been 14 years since Graham Nash released his last solo album, Songs for Survivors.

PREMIERE: Graham Nash's sagacious new song, 'Another Broken Heart'

Graham Nash (photo by: Amy Grantham)

For the 74-year-old Graham Nash, his worldly perspective and zeal has been shaped by decades of tumultuous relationships, tours, unwavering conviction and experiences. His new album This Path Tonight, his first album in 14 years, will see him as his most honest and passionate yet, and however plaintive and desolate certain songs may seem, there's always a light at the end.

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Listen to Graham Nash’s New Song, ‘Another Broken Heart’ (WSJ)

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The song comes from Nash's upcoming sixth solo album 'This Path Tonight'

Graham Nash doesn’t just put any old impulse into a song. “I have to ‘feel’ something deeply before I have the nerve to express my thoughts as music,” the 74-year-old songwriter says. Nash returns with “Another Broken Heart” today, a new song from his forthcoming sixth solo album, “This Path Tonight.”

Read the full article at WSJ

First Listen: Graham Nash, 'This Path Tonight' (NPR)

Graham Nash (photo by: Amy Grantham)

The man who long ago invited the world along for a carefree ride on the "Marrakesh Express" is now taking a markedly more intense type of trip. Graham Nash's new solo album, This Path Tonight, is his first in 14 years, but the 74-year-old singer-songwriter has spent his entire adult life trying to translate experiences from his personal path into something the wider world can take to heart.