Graham Nash Previews New Live Album Out May 6 with “Military Madness”; 2022 Tour On Now

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On May 6, legendary singer/songwriter/two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Graham Nash will release Graham Nash: Live, a collection of recordings capturing performances from a Northeastern tour in September of 2019 in which he performed his first two solo records, Songs For Beginners and Wild Tales, in full.

Officially announced on Tuesday, Graham Nash: Live was previewed with a rendition of his classic track, “Military Madness”:

“I’ve been trying to figure out why Songs For Beginners and Wild Tales [were] so popular and I think it’s that intimacy and that immediacy of my emotions,” said Graham Nash in a statement accompanying the album news. “We’re supposed to learn from history and it doesn’t appear as if we’re learning much. Songs like ‘Military Madness’… is that not relevant today? The hope that we can change the world, isn’t that still relevant today? I’m very flattered that my music seems to have lasted this long, but I’m also a little upset that we have to keep singing a song like ‘Military Madness’ right up to the present. Enough already!”

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The album’s track listing:

1. Military Madness
2. Better Days
3. Wounded Bird
4. I Used To Be A King
5. Be Yourself
6. Simple Man
7. Man In The Mirror
8. There’s Only One
9. Sleep Song
10. Chicago/We Can Change The World
11. Wild Tales
12. Hey You (Looking At The Moon)
13. Prison Song
14. You’ll Never Be The Same
15. And So It Goes
16. Grave Concern
17. Oh! Camil
18. I Miss You
19. On The Line
20. Another Sleep Song

Graham Nash also has plans to tour throughout much of the rest of the year in celebration of his new record, alongside longtime collaborator and producer of his 2016 record This Path Tonight, Shane Fontayne, who will provide guitars and vocals. Former CSN keyboard player and vocalist Todd Caldwell will also take part in the shows.

Nash’s tour schedule, with more dates to come:

March 22—Memorial Hall—Cincinnati, OH
March 23—The Pageant—St. Louis, MO
March 25—SPACE—Evanston, IL
March 26—SPACE—Evanston, IL
March 27—Brown County Music Center—Nashville, IN
March 29—The Englert Theatre—Iowa City, IA
March 30—Blizzard Theatre—Elgin, IL
April 1—The Ark—Ann Arbor, MI
April 2—The Kent Stage—Kent, OH
April 3—The Kent Stage—Kent, OH
July 22—Bardavon—Poughkeepsie, NY
July 31—The Pavilion at Point of the Bluff Vineyards—Hammondsport, NY
August 8—Ocean City Music Pier—Ocean City, NJ
October 12—Rio Theatre—Santa Cruz, CA
October 15—Humphrey’s—San Diego, CA
October 23—Washington’s—Fort Collins, CO
October 25—Boulder Theater—Boulder, CO

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