Interview by Adam Sweeting, Rock's Backpages Audio, 8 March 2016
The ex-Hollie and CSN(Y) associate talks about his new album This Path Tonight; about seeing the Everlys in Manchester as a youth, harmony singing, the recent changes in his life; about Trump, religion and the state of the world, and his continuing love of photography; and about the tribulations of David Crosby and the health of old flame Joni Mitchell.
File format: mp3; file size: 49.5mb, interview length: 51' 35" sound quality: *****
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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Interview by Adrian Deevoy, Mail On Sunday, 21 July 2018
Graham Nash reveals why he's dating a woman half his age after turning his back on his wife, drugs AND his former bandmates ...
Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 18 May 1968
He talks about this... his ego... the future... his faith in God... and the Hollies, Scaffold, Paul Jones tour ...
Graham Nash: Return of the Manchester Mind Wrestler
Interview by Andrew Tyler, New Musical Express, 20 April 1974
CONSIDERING the wastage rate in the higher echelons of rock 'n' roll, it's not difficult to accept as the norm a situation in which an ...
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 ...
Classic Rock Corner: Graham Nash Interviewed
Interview by Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press, 4 January 2009
THERE ISN'T MUCH mystery to Graham Nash. Not that that's a bad thing at all. In fact, if you want to know how the British ...
Review by Bud Scoppa, Uncut, February 2009
The nice guy with the soaring voice finally gets his due. ...
Graham Nash: A Technology to Teach the Children Well
Interview by Charles Bermant, The New York Times, 13 March 1995
IN THE INFORMATION age, powerful technology without compelling content is an empty experience indeed. This realization by the singer Graham Nash led to his partnership ...
Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Graham Nash, Cheech & Chong: the Roxy, Los Angeles CA
Live Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 29 September 1973
Neil joins Roxy music! ...
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. ...
Graham Nash: Song of a Simple Man
Interview by Geoffrey Cannon, Melody Maker, 9 November 1970
Update, 2020. I paid no attention to Graham Nash or to his band the Hollies, the close-harmony Manchester band formed in 1962 inspired by the ...
Joni Mitchell: Blue/Graham Nash: Songs for Beginners
Review by Geoffrey Cannon, The Guardian, 29 June 1971
JONI MITCHELL'S new album, Blue, is about to be released here by Warner Brothers (K 44128). A large proportion of Joni's most notable songs, to date, ...
Interview by Graeme Thomson, The Word, March 2009
IT HAS NEVER occurred to me before Graham Nash points it out, but 'Marrakesh Express' isn't just a breezily literal account of the illicit delights ...
CSNY 1974: An Interview with Graham Nash
Interview by Harvey Kubernik, Rock's Backpages, July 2014
DAVID CROSBY, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, and Neil Young release their CSNY 1974 boxed set from their historic 1974 tour on July 8th. The forty previously ...
Interview by Johnny Black, unpublished, 22 February 1989
INTERVIEW CONDUCTED in the Halcyon Hotel, Holland Park, London, 22.2.89. Crosby casual in jumper, white shirt and slacks. Seriously overweight and often short of breath, ...
Hollie Graham Nash Finds His Face!
Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 28 October 1966
THE HOLLY WHO has found his face is Graham Nash. For too long the Hollies have been written about as "the faceless wonders of pop" ...
Graham Nash: Songs for Beginners
Review by Lenny Kaye, Rolling Stone, 22 July 1971
IF YOU ACCEPT Graham Nash on his own terms, which is simply as a nice guy who somehow wound up a musician, then you probably ...
Graham Nash: Tales Behind Wild Tales
Interview by Loraine Alterman, Rolling Stone, 28 March 1974
NEW YORK – In the living room of a moss-green suite at the Plaza Hotel, Graham Nash sits at the piano with an harmonica braced ...
Interview by Mike Mettler, Sound + Vision, April 2002
"I TEND TO GET carried away with technology," admits Graham Nash, one-third of the sweet harmonic equation that comprises the signature sound of Crosby, Stills ...
The Hollies: All Things Bright and Beautiful
Interview by Nick Jones, Melody Maker, 4 March 1967
HOLLIE GRAHAM NASH OUTLINES A POP STAR'S PHILOSOPHY... ...
Fingers are crossed for Hollies "stopgap" single
Interview by Royston Eldridge, Melody Maker, 8 March 1969
POP'S MOST consistent hitmakers, the Hollies, are back on the chart trail for the first time without Graham Nash but feeling more of a group ...
Henry Diltz: Caught in the Canyon
Retrospective and Interview by Sean O'Hagan, The Observer, 26 May 2013
He photographed the most enduring images of the '60s folk-rock stars who lived in L.A.'s Laurel Canyon. Now Henry Diltz stars in a documentary about ...
see also Crosby Stills and Nash
see also Crosby Stills Nash & Young
see also Hollies, The
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