Graham Nash Tickets
Regarded as one of the more upbeat and steady musicians to come out of the 1960s, singer Graham
Nash may be headed to a venue near you! One of the renowned originators of the coveted folk-rock band, Crosby, Stills and
Nash, Graham Nash was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame not only as a member of the latter band but also as a member
of the Hollies. To get your concert tickets for Graham Nash, all you need to do is click
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Graham Nash Concert Tickets
from Blackpool, England, Graham Nash demonstrated a passion for music at an early age. By his teenage years, he collaborated
with a classmate and close friend, Allan Clarke, to originate a band that could mirror the "skiffle" songs - a pop blend of
folk, roots, country, jazz and blues. The pair sifted through a number of different monikers for themselves, from The Guytones
to The Levins to Two Teens. But it wasn't until they made a connection with three other musicians that they uncovered the
stable sound they were looking for. In 1963, the group coined themselves the Hollies. Their first single was recorded - a
Coasters cover entitled, Ain't That Just Like Me. The tune didn't yield instant success but another Coasters cover, Searchin',
along with its B-side, Whole World Over, climbed to No. 12 on the U.K. pop charts. The Hollies, with Nash as one of its primary
songwriters, began making inroads into the U.S. eventually, with Top 10 hits like Stop Stop Stop.
the 1960s took on a life of its own and rock fans clamored for a more psychedelic tinge to their music, the Hollies tried
to meet demands, with Graham Nash at the helm. However, Nash split from the group in 1968, following his desire to strike
out on his own. Before the year was out, Nash collaborated with another set of artists, Stephen Stills and David Crosby, whom
he met during a Hollies tour. The trio didn't waste any time and started recording together. Their album, Crosby, Stills and
Nash (1969) proved to be a tremendous success. With hits like Suite: Judy Blue Eyes and Marrakesh Express, they were already
paving the way for the success lying ahead of them. Later that year, Neil Young teamed up with the band, and the foursome
joined together to deliver one of the most impressionable performances at Woodstock.
Graham Nash Concert Tour
a former member of the Hollies and the supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Graham Nash ventured onto the music scene
as a solo artist. His first set of studio work, Songs (1971), reigned in decent success, landing at No. 15 on the U.S. charts.
And while his other albums haven't delivered the same kind of commercial success, Nash has never let it get to him. Nash is
still touring today, and your chance to see him in person is just a click away here with StubHub. So grab some tickets for
Graham Nash to listen to one of the greatest artists of all time perform live!
Graham Nash Tour Schedule
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