The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is opening an exhibit about Graham Nash in which visitors can sing with a virtual Graham Nash, and the singer will tell them if they’re good or not. The exhibit: “Graham Nash: Touching the Flame” allows users to try to sing harmony with the legendary singer and they can email their results to themselves. The exhibit will also include the jeans and belt Graham Nash wore to Woodstock, a painting Joni Mitchell made of Nash with their cat, and Nash’s early handwritten lyrics to “Our House.” The exhibit opens October 17.
Watch Graham Nash talk about the new exhibition at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame below:
Beck, Fiona Apple, Cat Power & more announce 1960s Southern California Folk Covers Album & Concert.
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The Echo in the Canyon concert will be held at Los Angeles’ Orpheum Theatre on Oct. 12 and will feature songs by the Byrds, Beach Boys, Love, Buffalo Springfield, the Mamas & the Papas and more. The event precedes a studio recording featuring these artists and others that will be released early next year. The event marks the anniversary with the release of the Byrds’ debut album, Mr. Tambourine Man, on June 21, 1965.
Cat Power and Jakob Dylan released a duet cover of the Turtles’ “You Showed Me,” which was written by the Byrds’ Roger McGuinn and Gene Clark. Listen Here.
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