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Crosby and Nash

Crosby and Nash

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Graham Nash (1981)

Interview by James Johnson, Rock's Backpages audio, September 1981

The sweet-voiced Mancunian on his relationship with the Hollies and their reunion; meeting Stills and Crosby and the start of that whole thing; his relationship with Joni Mitchell, and his new healthy lifestyle!

File format: mp3; file size: 17.8mb, interview length: 19' 25" sound quality: ****

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The Crosby-Nash Whale and Fieldworkers Benefit

Report and Interview by Joel Selvin, San Francisco Chronicle, 8 December 1974

AT THE END of the Bob Dylan tour earlier this year, Asylum Records president David Geffen threw a party at the swank Beverly Wilshire Hotel ...

Crosby and Nash: More Kick-Ass Than Anyone Expects

Interview by Cameron Crowe, Rolling Stone, 23 October 1975

THANKS TO A band featuring such polished musicians as Danny 'Kootch' Kortchmar (guitar), David Lindley (fiddle and Hawaiian steel guitar), Craig Doerge (keyboards), Lee Sklar ...

Crosby and Nash: Rocky & Bullwinkle In Marin County

Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Creem, February 1976

Ring! Brring! Ring! ...

Crosby & Nash: Central Park, New York

Live Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 18 September 1976

NEIL YOUNG and Steve Stills may have blown out their tour in a flurry of sore throats and, reportedly, short tempers, but the "other half" ...

Graham Nash: The Winds Of Change

Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, 1 February 1980

INTEGRITY, MORE than any other word seems to define what Graham Nash is all about. ...

Danny Kortchmar: The Standup Rocker

Interview by Dave Zimmer, Record, March 1983

"I HATE folk music, I always have," snaps Danny Kortchmar. Such a revelation is surprising, in view of the fact that Kortchmar (aka "Kootch") has ...

David Crosby with Carl Gottlieb: Long Time Gone (Doubleday)

Book Review by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, 1 December 1988

DAVID CROSBY'S autobiography, Long Time Gone, provides a gripping, sometimes terrifying portrait of a rock stars personal and professional decline through drug addiction. As an ...


Interview by Charles Bermant,, 6 February 2000

DAVID CROSBY AND Graham Nash have lived at the cultural flashpoint for more than 30 years. As they edge toward 60, the musicians haven't lost ...

David Crosby and Graham Nash: Crosby & Nash (Sanctuary)

Review by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, September 2004

Two CDs-worth of the duo's first new material in nearly three decades. ...

Crosby and Nash: Harmony and Discord

Interview by Sid Griffin, MOJO, May 2005

In the UK for the first time since 1978, David Crosby and Graham Nash discuss their musical and personal bond. ...

Wild Tales: A Candid Conversation with Graham Nash

Interview by Bill DeYoung, Goldmine, 16 January 2009

"I knew that I would have to spend years with these guys" – Graham Nash  ...

The Rejuvenating Effect of Grandpa Rock: Crosby and Nash at the Royal Albert Hall, London, 8th October 2011

Live Review by Richard English, Rock's Backpages, October 2011

I PARKED MY ZIMMER FRAME, tuned my hearing aid, munched a senna pod and shuffled into the Albert Hall with the other boomers. A man ...

Graham Nash (2016) [transcript]

Audio transcript of interview by Adam Sweeting, Rock's Backpages transcripts, 8 March 2016

This is a transcription of Adam's audio interview with Graham. Listen to the audio of this interview. ...

see also David Crosby

see also Crosby Stills and Nash


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