Graham Nash first appeared in the music industry as a member of the Hollies 60 years ago. The singer would tour and release a new album to commemorate his significant achievement.
In the 1960s, the 80-year-old singer founded the Hollies, one of the most popular pop groups in the United Kingdom. He was regarded as the band’s leader on their debut album, “Here I Go Again,” released in 1964.
Other band members include Tony Hicks, Ian Parker, Bobby Elliott, Peter Howarth, Ray Stiles, Steve Lauri, and others.
The musician’s scheduled concerts begin on April 15 at Ram’s Head On Stage in Annapolis, Maryland, according to Ultimate Classic Rock.
The former band member will tour the United States, performing at venues such as the Fox Theatre in Phoenix, the Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago, the Bethel Woods Event Gallery in Bethel Woods, and many more.
His final three performances would be at New York City’s City Windery. Aside from his April and May tours, he will also finish a few shows in June and July that were originally canceled due to the pandemic.
Graham Nash’s official website has ticket information and a complete tour schedule.
According to the outlet, the singer will release a new album titled “Now” in the spring, but no official release date has been set. It would be his first studio album since 2016’s “This Path Tonight.”
Furthermore, despite their disagreements in recent years, Nash intends to release a compilation album with David Crosby.
Even before Nash announced the dissolution of their band, Crosby, Stills, and Nash, the two musicians were at odds.
According to reports, he and Crosby will sing harmonies on the new album.
According to The San Diego Union-Tribune, the album will include songs such as Stephen Stills’ “Love the One You’re With,” Jackson Browne’s “Doctor My Eyes,” and Jackson Browne’s “Mexico,” among others.
The final song would be a cover of “You’ve Got a Friend” by Carole King. The singer has not revealed the project’s official title or release date as of this writing.