Graham Nash fans in the U.S. will have more opportunities to catch the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer live in 2017. The ex-Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young star has added a dozen new shows in continued support of his sixth solo studio album This Path Tonight, which dropped on April 15, 2016 via Blue Castle/ADA.
JamBase reports on April 18 that the ex-Hollies star will hit markets missed during his recently completed U.S. spring tour, focusing primarily on markets on the East Coast along with a stop in Chicago. The pioneering British folk-rocker will continue to be accompanied on the solo run by veteran CSN touring guitarist and This Path Tonight producer Shane Fontayne.
The summer romp begins July 11 in Norfolk, Connecticut, at Infinity Hall. Nash and company will make multiple stops in Massachusetts and New York before wrapping up July 30 in Chicago at Maurer Concert Hall.
VIP and special benefit seats are available for many of the shows with proceeds benefiting charity via the Guacamole Fund. Tickets for select shows are on sale now with details TBA on the performance in Edgartown, Massachusetts. For more information, click here.
Nash wrapped up his U.S. spring tour of the West Coast on April 7 in Riverside, California. His next U.S. appearance will take place on May 3 in New York at Carnegie Hall as part of the star-studded line up scheduled for “A Celebration Of The Music Of Jimmy Webb: The Cake and the Rain.” Tickets for select Graham Nash events are available at AXS.
Recent setlists have featured beloved hits and beloved album tracks from across Nash's storied six-decade career. Fans can expect Hollies classics like “Bus Stop” along with CSN hits such as Marrakesh Express,” "Chicago" and "Teach Your Children," as well as songs from his new solo album.
This Path Tonight is Nash's first solo studio album in fourteen years. It is available here in CD, digital and vinyl formats
See below for Graham Nash's 2017 U.S. summer tour dates. For all the latest details on Graham Nash click here.
Graham Nash's 2017 U.S. summer tour schedule:
July 11 – Norfolk, CT – Infinity Music Hall
July 12 – Plymouth, NH – The Flying Monkey
July 14 – Montclair, NJ - The Wellmont Theater
July 15 – Port Chester, NY - The Capitol Theater (Click here for tickets)
July 17- Truro, ME - Payomet Performing Arts Center
July 18 – Edgartown, MA – Old Whaling Church
July 20 - Union, ME - Savage Oakes Vineyard
July 21 - Lowell, MA - Boarding House Park
July 22 – Port Washington, NY - Jeanne Rimsky Theater at Landmark on Main Street
July 24 – Ocean City, NJ - Ocean City Music Pier
July 25 – Gettysburg, PA - The Majestic Theater
July 30 – Chicago, IL - Maurer Concert Hall