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Graham Nash photo taken just after the filmed Interview with on Monday 21 March 2016.

Graham Nash. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Graham Nash Speaks Up This Week At Noise11 iHeartRadio

by Edina Patsy on April 15, 2016

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Singer, songwriter, photographer, activist, environmentalist Graham Nash is counted amongst the greatest music minds of all time.

As an original member of The Hollies, Graham relocated to the USA and teamed with David Crosby and Stephen Stills to form Crosby Stills & Nash and then with Neil Young also Crosby Stills Nash & Young.

Graham’s first solo album ‘Songs For Beginners’ was released 45 years ago. It contained political and environmental statements in song still relevant today.

Graham Nash visited Noise11 and talked about his new album ‘This Path Tonight’, his 50 year career, politics and the environment.

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Also this week at Noise11 iHeartRadio there is new music from The Living End, Rival Sons, Paul Simon, Paul Young and Eric Clapton.

Noise11 iHeartRadio Playlist 15-21 April 2016

iHeartRadio Noise11 channel music newsThe Last Shadow Puppets – Aviation
The Cure – Close To Me

The Strokes – Last Nite
The Living End – Keep On Running

Black Sabbath – Iron Man
Rival Sons – All That I Want

(Graham Nash interview)

The Hollies – Bus Stop
Graham Nash – Back Home

Graham Nash – Chicago
Graham Nash – Myself At Last

(Graham Nash interview)

CSN – Marakeesh Express
Graham Nash – This Path Tonight

(Graham Nash interview)

Radiohead – Everything In Its Right Place
Matt Corby – Monday

ABC – Poison Arrow
Paul Young – L-O-V-E

Ayers Rock – Lady Montego
Eric Clapton – Can’t Let You Do It

Disturbed – The Sound of Silence
Paul Simon – Wristband


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