After the sold-out success of the exclusive one-night event in NYC, in October of 2015, Morrison Hotel Gallery is adding a very special component to this spring’s Behind The Lens tour – An Evening with Bernstein, Diltz and Nash.
"Shane ed io abbiamo scritto venti canzoni in un mese e le abbiamo registrare in otto giorni. La musica ha un diverso sapore rispetto ai miei precedenti album sebbene io possa avvertire echi di ciascuno di essi. Questo mio viaggio è stato di scoperta personale, d'intensa creazione, di assoluta passione".
Salford Museum & Art Gallery
Legendary singer-songwriter Graham Nash announces additional U.S. tour dates in support of his new studio album, This Path Tonight, which will be released worldwide on April 15, 2016. The album will be available on CD, Digital and Vinyl thru Nash’s Blue Castle Label, distributed thru ADA worldwide.
Graham Nash is known for writing songs that reflect his political, social and environmental concerns, but on his new solo album, This Path Tonight, the 73-year-old folk-rock legend focuses more on recent dramatic upheavals his personal life.
“I wanted this to be a study in me as a person rather than the causes that I embrace,” Nash tells Yahoo! Music. “I wanted people to know I’m a human being going through a million changes the same way they are, and I’m trying to get on with my life and have the best time I can before I pass.”
"I could drop dead in the middle of this conversation," says Graham Nash. "But on the other hand so could you, no matter how old you are," he adds with mordant evenhandedness. Don't worry, the folk-rock elder statesman who's been one-third of Crosby, Stills & Nash since 1968 is just fine. "I have no intentions of leaving," he assures, "my health is pretty damn good. But you know what I mean."