Graham Nash

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    DLWP Members and Patrons' pre-sale – Thursday 8 March, 9am online, 10am from the Box Office General sale – Friday 9 March, 9am online, 10am from the Box Office Doors 7pm Start 8pm We are delighted to announce that the legendary artist Graham Nash - of Crosby, Stills, and Nash and the Hollies – will be performing an evening of songs and stories at the Pavilion in July. His early hits include On A Carousel, Carrie Anne, Marrakesh Express and Just A Song Before I Go and continue through to his most recent solo album This Path Tonight (2016). While continually building his musical legacy, Nash is also an internationally renowned photographer and visual artist and his work has been shown in galleries and museums worldwide. Book now for this very special concert. ____________________________________________________ Towering above virtually everything that Graham Nash has accomplished in his first seventy-five years on this planet, stands the litany of songs that he has written and introduced to the soundtrack of the past half-century. His remarkable body of work, beginning with his contributions to the Hollies opus from 1964 to ’68, including Stop Stop Stop, Pay You Back With Interest, On A Carousel, Carrie Anne, King Midas In Reverse, and Jennifer Eccles, continues all the way to This Path Tonight (2016), his most recent solo album. The original classic union of Crosby, Stills & Nash (& Young) lasted but twenty months. Yet their songs are lightning rods embedded in our DNA, starting with Nash’s Marrakesh Express, Pre-Road Downs (written for then-girlfriend Joni Mitchell), and Lady Of the Island, from the first Crosby, Stills & Nash LP (1969). On CSNY’s Déjà Vu (1970), Nash’s Teach Your Children and Our House beseeched us to hold love tightly, to fend off the madness that was on its way.


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