Some of rock's biggest names banded together to protest the nuclear energy industry in September of 1979.
Graham Nash asked 'Weird Al' Yankovic when he was ever going to parody a Crosby, Stills and Nash song. Yankovic had the answer right in his pocket.
Graham Nash says he and David Crosby collaborated on a song dealing with loss with Pink Floyd's David Gilmour.
Like his Crosby, Stills and Nash bandmates, Graham Nash is a two-time inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But that's what happens when you're a founding member of two historic groups before the '60s were even over. Nash started his career in 1962 with the Hollies, one of the most po
Crosby, Stills and Nash are on the road again and couldn't be happier. In an interview with radio station Big 100.3's Lisa Berigan, Graham Nash shared that the band is energized and in great shape. He reminded listeners that the only year the band didn't tour was when David Crosby was in jail.
Classic rock vets (and known political activists) David Crosby and Graham Nash got in on the Occupy Wall Street, uh, fun. The '60s rockers actually participated in the movement by performing an acoustic set on an unseasonably mild Tuesday afternoon (Nov. 8), entertaining those who gathered at Liberty Plaza/Zuccotti Park in New York City. The duo elected to perform a short set after paying a visit to the park last week.
The combined catalog output of David Crosby and Graham Nash from their many years of making music both together and apart is staggering. A new live DVD. 'Crosby-Nash: In Concert' collects, for the first time, a complete Crosby/Nash concert, which features the pair backed by their longtime touring band.