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Graham Nash Books Summer Excursion

03:01 PM Thursday 4/20/17 | |

Graham Nash is continuing to support his latest album, This Path Tonight, by signing on for another leg of U.S. tour dates. The July outing kicks off in Norfolk, Conn., with a gig at Infinity Hall Norfolk.

The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee and two-time Songwriter Hall of Fame inductee will be joined on the road by longterm collaborator and guitarist Shane Fontayne, who produced This Path Tonight.  

The setlist will feature tunes from the 2016 album, as well as selections from Nash’s work with The Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash. The acclaimed singer/songwriter will also be sharing some anecdotes and backstories during the evening.

Check out this video of Nash and Fontayne playing on “NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert,” followed by the July routing:

July 11 – Norfolk, Conn., Infinity Hall Norfolk
July 12 – Plymouth, N.H., The Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center
July 14 – Montclair, N.J., The Wellmont Theater
July 17 – Truro, Mass., Payomet Performing Arts Center
July 18 – Edgartown, Mass., Old Whaling Church
July 20 – Union, Maine, Savage Oakes Winery
July 21 – Lowell, Mass., Boarding House Park
July 22 – Port Washington, N.Y., Jeane Rimsky Theater
July 24 – Ocean City, N.J., Ocean City Music Pier
July 25 – Gettysburg, Pa., Majestic Theater Perf. Arts
July 30 – Chicago, Ill., Old Town School Of Folk Music

Graham is also set to play the Philadelphia Folk Festival Aug. 19.

Tickets for most dates are available now. Visit GrahamNash.com for more information.  



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