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Graham Nash

He knew how much he’d earned from colleague’s talent, so handed over lyric sheets “with a good heart.” Continue reading…

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Neil Young isn’t the only ex-CSNY member releasing old music today. Hours after Young shared “Homefires,” a previously unreleased track from 1974, Graham Nash has released a song from the same era. Nash wrote the protest song “Vote” during Richard Nixon’s administration, and he’s just now putting it out. He hopes it will help drive…

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Musician initially wrote song during the Nixon era, but resurrected it for what he hopes will be the end of the Trump era For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

The journeyman musician launched his career with Mick Ronson in 1976 and never looked back For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

50 years ago this past spring Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young released their debut LP Déjà Vu. Although perceived as a group effort, nine out of Déjà Vu’s 10 songs (the exception being “Woodstock”) were actually recorded as individual sessions, with the other members chiming in as agreed upon, but however it came together, it proved to be a Top Ten smash. Rhino/Warner Music Group is preparing a 50th anniversary edition for retail outlets last quarter of 2020. The story of CSN&Y – their “creation myth” – is as fabled as John Lennon and Paul McCartney’s Quarrymen debut, as Mick […]

The post Kubernik: Interviews with Crosby, Still, Nash & Young appeared first on Music Connection Magazine.

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Laurel Canyon: A Place In Time debuts on cable television Premium network EPIX that will be broadcast on Sunday, May 31st at 10 p.m., and conclude the following Sunday, June 7th at 10 p.m. Allison Ellwood is the director who earlier helmed the authorized History of the Eagles. During 2019-2020 I served as a consultant […]

The recognition and commemoration of the Kent State massacre, which happened 50 years ago today, has shifted so drastically that it’s weird to think it was initially considered the harbinger of a second Civil War. Between 1970 and now, the shooting’s role in American history has shifted from a defense of patriotic Silent Majority values […]