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An Evening With Graham Nash

11:01 AM Tuesday 6/11/13 | |

Graham Nash has his own gigs to do in between CSN’s Europe and United Kingdom excursions. Taking place in September, Nash’s tour is an East Coast run and includes stops in Boston, New York City, Atlantic City and Wilmington, Del.

  • Graham Nash

    Nokia Theatre L.A. Live, Los Angeles, Calif.
    October 3, 2012

    (Todd Williamson / Invision / AP)


Nash’s “Evening With” dates will feature the singer/songwriter/author/photographer performing with two of the musicians backing Crosby, Stills & Nash – keyboardist James Raymond and guitarist Shane Fontayne.

But there’s more on Nash’s September calendar than tour dates.  His autobiography, “Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life” hits stores Sept. 24 but you can pre-order the hardcopy version now via his website for only $24.80 and it will ship on release day.

Coming up a bit sooner will be Nash’s photo exhibition. Opening at Ocean Galleries in Stone Harbor, N.J., July 25 “Graham Nash: The Art Of Visual Harmony”  includes 100 paintings, pastels and hand-embellished photographs.  The gallery will also have the handmade fine press book, “Love, Graham Nash,” that will be limited to 70 signed copies.  Nash will attend an artist’s reception at Ocean Galleries July 27.

Here’s the schedule for “An Evening With Graham Nash.”

Sept. 11 – Burlington, Vt., Flynn Center For The Performing Arts
Sept. 12 – Concord, N.H., Capitol Center For The Arts
Sept. 14 – Homestead, Pa., Carnegie Library Music Hall
Sept. 15 – Alexandria, Va., Birchmere
Sept. 18 – Boston, Mass., Wilbur Theatre
Sept. 19 – New Haven, Conn., Shubert Theater
Sept. 21 – Atlantic City, N.J., Golden Nugget
Sept. 22 – Westbury, N.Y., NYCB Theatre At Westbury
Sept. 24 – New York, N.Y., City Winery
Sept. 25 – New York, N.Y., City Winery
Sept. 28 – Wilmington, Del., Grand Opera House
Sept. 29 – Tarrytown, N.Y., The Tarrytown Music Hall

Pre-sales begin June 12 and public onsales for some shows launch this weekend.  Check out GrahamNash.com for more information.



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