Graham Nash Turns 70
Nash has been active in the music business for over 50 years, first as a member of the Hollies and later alongside David Crosby and Stephen Stills (and sometimes Neil Young). A member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice over, Nash has been inducted as part of both groups. He's also maintained a solo career, recording a handful of albums under his own name; the most recent of which, 'Songs for Survivors,' was released in 2002.
In addition to his music, Nash has stayed busy with a variety of philanthropic activities, including co-founding Musicians United for Safe Energy with Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, and John Hall of Orleans; he's also an avid photography collector, and highly regarded photographer in his own right.
After he blows out all those candles, Nash has some work to do -- he's planning a world tour with Crosby and Stills this year, kicking off in New Zealand toward the end of March.