Graham Nash to Play ‘Songs for Beginners’ and ‘Wild Tales’ Albums in Full on Select Dates of Fall 2019 Tour

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Acclaimed singer/songwriter Graham Nash announced a special tour for Fall 2019 that will find him and his band celebrating two of his most cherished solo albums each night.

1971’s Songs for Beginners and 1973’s Wild Tales will be performed in full by Nash and his backing musicians each night of the tour, plus a handful of other favorites from his illustrious career.

The shows including the full-album performances will be select dates on his scheduled tour. Here’s the routing, with designations for the special shows:

*Songs for Beginners and Wild Tales in full, plus other favorites

MAR 15 2019 – Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall – Munhall, PA
MAR 16 2018 – Akron Civic Theatre – Akron, OH
MAR 17 2019 – Athenaeum Theatre – Chicago, IL
MAR 20 2019 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Royal Oak, MI
MAR 22 2019 -The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts – Carmel, IN
MAR 23 2019 – Walker Theatre – Chattanooga, TN
MAR 25 2019 – The Barns At Wolf Trap – Vienna, VA
MAR 27 2019 – The Barns At Wolf Trap – Vienna, VA
MAR 28 2019 – The Barns At Wolf Trap – Vienna, VA
MAR 29 2019 – West Virginia University Creative Arts Center – Morgantown, WV
MAR 31 2019 – The Queen – Wilmington, DE
APR 2 2019 – Beacon Theatre – Hopewell, VA
APR 3 2019 – Fletcher Opera Theatre – Raleigh, NC
APR 4 2019 – McGlohon Theater – Charlotte, NC
SEP 26 2019 – South Orange Performing Arts Center – South Orange, NJ*
SEP 27 2019 – Town Hall Theatre – New York, NY*
SEP 28 2019 – The Egg – Albany, NY*
SEP 29 2019 – Berklee Performance Center – Boston, MA*

Last year, Nash released Over the Years, a compilation of tracks from throughout his career, but with a twist featuring alternate mixes, demo recordings and rehearsal footage.

“It does my heart good to present my songs this way. I hope that listeners will enjoy hearing the demos of my songs – how my demos of ‘Our House,’ ‘Teach Your Children,’ and others turned into the records that have endured ‘Over The Years,’ how I started writing them, and how they became the now familiar recordings when they were released,” said Nash in a statement.

Stream that record below, via Spotify.

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