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One third (or fourth, depending on who is feuding with whom) of folk rocks biggest super-group, Graham Nash is often credited with being the glue that keeps the trio making sweet music together, and having penned some of their greatest hits including Marrakech Express and more. This summer the former Hollie heads out on a new tour, bringing you an evening that delves far into his remarkable six decade career, to show you the real Graham Nash.
Hailing from Blackpool, England, Nash begun his singer-songwriter journey in the early 1960s by co-founding The Hollies and creating some of their most popular hits. Transferring his talents to CSN & Y in '68 he found worldwide success and acclaim. Since then, he has continue to inspire with his efforts both his music and life long commitment to activism.
Performance date: 8 March 2022
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