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A Conversation With Graham Nash and Bob Santelli at the Grammy Museum

A Conversation With Graham Nash Presented By American Express Tuesday, November 19, 2013; 8:00 p.m.

Graham Nash talks to NPR's Terry Gross on Fresh Air

Classic Rock Revisted, Review: Graham Nash - Wild About Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life

Rating: 4.5  

Yorkshire Post: Graham Nash: Wild tales of a Sixties rock music survivor

With the Hollies and later Crosby, Stills and Nash, Graham Nash helped shape the sounds of the Sixties and beyond. He talks to Chris Bond about his rock ‘n’ roll life.   OF all the rock music stories that emerged from the cultural cauldron of the 1960s, Graham Nash’s is one of the most intriguing.

The Telegraph: Crosby, Stills & Nash, Royal Albert Hall, review

Crosby, Stills & Nash, Royal Albert Hall, review
Their banter may be jokey, but the veteran rockers' music still sounds seriously good
The Telegraph | By Neil McCormick

Graham Nash on his new autobiography (VIDEO - CBS Morning News)

Graham Nash, one of the founding members of Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, talks to Anthony Mason about his new autobiography, "Wild Tales: A Rock and Roll Life."

Graham Nash recorded his new autobiography Wild Tales

Listen to Graham recount his nearly six-decade-long love affair with music.

Musicradar.: Book excerpt: Graham Nash's Wild Tales - A Rock & Roll Life

The Crosby, Stills & Nash superstar opens up in a captivating new memoir Joe Boss  

Washington Post: Graham Nash’s unique rock-and-roll odyssey

By Chris Richards, Published: September 16 While America mulls over another foreign war, Graham Nash mulls over another set list. That song he still loves to sing but wishes he never had to? He’ll play it fifth. “Military Madness.” The first track from his first solo album. A story about being born into wartime blight and eventually following the rock-and-roll breeze to Laurel Canyon, where perfect rays of sunshine still couldn’t calm his anger over a hyper-militarized planet.  

Billboard: Graham Nash Looks Back in Memoir, Ahead to More CSN (and Maybe Y)

Nash talks about his candid new tell-all and what's ahead for CSNY, including a box set focusing on the band's legendary 1974 tour By Gary Graff, Detroit | September 16, 2013 11:00 AM EDT
Graham Nash has just one concern about his frank and revealing autobiography "Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life," which publishes on Sept. 17.