Graham Nash

Graham Nash first came to international fame as co-founder of chart-topping British Invasion pioneers The Hollies. In 1968, Nash was eager for creative challenges beyond what he was finding with The Hollies and he welcomed an invitation to vocalize with his new friends David Crosby and Stephen Stills. In 1969 the trio released their debut album, Crosby, Stills & Nash, which went straight to number one. At only their second live performance- joined by Neil Young- CSN played for a half million people at Woodstock. In the three-plus decades since then, Nash has written more than two hundred songs, continued to perform with The Hollies, CSN and CSNY, undertaken many projects as a duo with David Crosby and thrived as a solo artist. A lifelong photo enthusiast, his photographs will soon be published in the book From Eye to Eye and can be seen in galleries and museums around the world. Other projects include Nash Editions, a museum-quality digital fine arts press and Manuscript Originals, an exclusive line of limited-edition prints of hand-written and illustrated original lyrics to popular songs. In 1997 he was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame and was also awarded the Arts & Technology medal from the New York Institute of Technology.

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