Howard Stern will temporarily turn his Howard 101 SiriusXM channel over to Graham Nash tomorrow. The rock legend will host a special in which he discusses his long career.

'Howard Stern Presents: Graham Nash' will feature Nash talking about life as a member of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, and focusing on their infamous Doom Tour, which was spotlighted in a recent box set, 'CSNY 1974.' Nash will also perform several songs in the studio, including 'Teach Your Children' and a new cut he wrote in memory of the Band's Levon Helm, who died in April 2012.

The 105-minute show will premiere on Howard 101 at 3PM ET tomorrow, and will be rebroadcast many times over the course of the holiday weekend. It can also be heard online at SiriusXM.com and via their smartphone app. For more information, visit Howard 101's website.

Nash, 72, made headlines earlier this month when he said that he hoped CSNY could put aside their personal differences and get back to making music. The latest round of squabbling came as a result of statements David Crosby made about Neil Young leaving his wife for Daryl Hannah.

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