Although he may now be just as famous for his relationship with model Chrissy Teigen as he is for his insanely good voice, soul singer John Legend continues to put out hit after hit. The 10-time Grammy Award winner released his fifth studio album Darkness and Light last year, and he is currently touring in support. Catch the crooner tonight at BB&T Pavilion. For tickets and more information, see the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →
Veteran singer-songwriter Graham Nash and well-traveled bluegrass ensemble Old Crow Medicine Show lead off the lineup of artists performing at the 56th Annual Philadelphia Folk Festival this summer.
Set for August 17th through the 20th at Old Pool Farm in Upper Salford Township, the initial lineup also includes Taj Mo: a new collaboration between blues favorites Taj Mahal and Keb Mo’, and their respective bands. Also bringing the blues is Kansas City guitarist and songwriter Samantha Fish, while bluegrass mandolinist Sierra Hull makes her festival debut. Continue reading →
1957 – Buddy Holly records “Peggy Sue.”
Singer-songwriter / rock and roll legend Graham Nash – Hollies singer and one third of Crosby, Stills, Nash – is set to perform at The Keswick Theatre in Glenside on July 16th.
Nash released his newest solo album, This Path Tonight, back in March. This will be Nash’s return to Philadelphia since playing a Free At Noon in February, another performance at World Cafe Live, and stopping on the Dan and Dan Music Podcast. Continue reading →
Vasilikos spoke to Nash while he was in Philly to perform at World Cafe Live and XPN’s Free At Noon. Nash, who is now 74, spoke about his time with The Hollies and Crosby, Stills, and Nash, his book Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life, his upcoming record This Path Tonight, and much more. Continue reading →
Everyone knew Graham Nash would sell out World Café Live, even with another sold out performance at Free at Noon the following day and a second headlining show the following night. Nash’s sweet tenor voice alone could have kept the room warm for an evening in February, but rounds of drinks and a candlelit stage added to the ambiance.
Nash took the stage with guitarist Shane Fontayne just at 8 on Thursday, colorful tapestries covering the unused instruments. Playing old favorites, accompanied by lighthearted stories, the crowd didn’t need to warm up to Nash. It was a familiar setting, fans of many decades that had without a doubt stood at CSNY concerts years ago. Now they were just sitting, instead, with craft beer and waitresses. Continue reading →
Fans were lined up outside of the doors for today’s sold-out Free at Noon concert at World Cafe Live featuring the great Graham Nash. He made a stop in Philly for a two-night show along his tour.
As the crowd welcomed Nash and his guitarist Shane Fontayne, the duo opened up the show with “Bus Stop,” the 1966 single by the Hollies. The British singer-songwriter is still going strong, coming out with a new album titled This Path Tonight. Fontayne has joined Nash on tour just as he has in the past with Crosby, Stills & Nash previously. Continue reading →
This winter, legendary singer and songwriter Graham Nash is releasing his first solo record of new music in 14 years, This Path Tonight. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, who got his career started in The Hollies, followed by his long acclaimed career with David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Neil Young. Continue reading →
Revered singer Graham Nash is stopping by World Cafe Live for two nights, on February 18th and 19th, as part of his upcoming “This Path Tonight” tour.
The rock and roll hall of famer is also set to release This Path Tonight, his first album of original material in fourteen years, in April 2016.