Graham Nash: Live in review

Graham Nash: Live in review

Two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and founding member of both the Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash, Graham Nash released his new album Graham Nash: Live at the beginning of May to widespread critical acclaim. The record features Nash performing his first two critically acclaimed solo albums, Songs For Beginners and Wild Tales, in their entirety, recorded on tour in the Northeastern U.S. in September, 2019.

Read the review highlights below and where available, follow the links to read the full reviews.

Graham Nash: Live

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“..heartfelt and unpretentious. Nash’s voice (like Neil’s and Crosby’s) has barely changed..”
★★★★ MOJO Magazine

“Fine set featuring Nash and friends revisiting early solo albums”
7/10 Uncut Magazine

“A sublime listening experience.”
9/10 Guitarist Magazine

“an overall very classy and engaging collection from a singer perhaps largely unsung as a songwriter.”
7/10 Classic Rock

“..his solo output has a wonderful simplicity to it.”
★★★ Scottish Daily Express

“Fifty-year-old songs that are still surprisingly relevant today.”
8/10 Americana-UK - read full review

“Musically, this live album is rock solid.”
8/10 - read full review

“We are confronted with an integral performance of Songs For Beginners and the follow-up Wild Tales. It says a lot about the quality of the repertoire, which with excellent performances also convinces effortlessly on stage, both in the intimate acoustic and more spaciously orchestrated passages.”
★★★★ Written In Music - read full review

“Nash is in stellar form. His voice has lost little of the boyish enthusiasm he exuded with The Hollies (although none of that material gets an airing) and his multi-talents on guitar, piano and harmonica remain impressive.”
6.5/10 Holler Country - read full review

“a tremendous reminder of what was, and will always be, that Graham Nash is a hero of the time, and that to come.”
★★★★ Liverpool Sound and Vision - read full review