Jul 31 2018
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National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin,
The legendary singer/songwriter makes his National Concert Hall debut with An Intimate Evening of Songs and Stories with Graham Nash.
Legendary singer/songwriter Graham Nash is responsible for some of the most enduring and beloved music of the 20th century. A two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee – with Crosby, Stills, and Nash and with The Hollies – he's not only penned timeless tracks such as 'Bus Stop' and 'Carrie Anne', he's also lent his distinct high vocal to some of your all-time favourites.
'Marrakesh Express' and 'Teach Your Children' come immediately to mind, but there are countless more, making Nash one of the greatest living musicians and one not to miss when he makes his National Concert Hall debut this July.
When he's not winning Grammys or knocking songs out of the park with his deft ear and musical skill, Graham is an active campaigner for peace, social justice and environmental causes. He's also an accomplished photographer and the author of Wild Tales, a tantalising backstage pass to some of the most incredible moments in rock 'n' roll history.
Nash's way of viewing the world, through whichever lens he's chosen to direct it through at any given time, has inspired many collaborations down through the decades and influenced countless more artists of every stripe.
If you make it to one show this year, make sure it's his.
€45 - €55