Graham Nash is beginning a new era of music and it took him seven years to release a new album; when is his next project coming out?
According to Ultimate Classic Rock, it’s been a while since the musician dropped a new music-related content as his last album “This Path Tonight” was released in 2016. Although he dropped “Graham Nash: Live – Songs for Beginners / Wild Tales” last year, it didn’t contain any new songs.
Today, the singer is set to drop a new record titled “Now” which will be available for purchase and streaming starting on May 19, 2023. The album is co-produced with his longtime touring keyboardist Todd Caldwell. (via Pitchfork)
In a press release, Nash said, “I believe that my new album Now is the most personal one I have ever made. At this point in my life, that’s something to say.”
To give fans a treat ahead of his new album, the musician released the first single and opening track titled “Right Now,” available for streaming on major music platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes Store, YouTube Music, and Deezer.
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Nash’s track can be accessed via Spotify despite asking the Sweden-based company to remove his music from their platform as support to his good pal and bandmate Neil Young.
Check out the complete tracklist of “Now” below:
1. “Right Now”
2. “A Better Life”
3. “Golden Idol”
4. “Stars and Stripes”
5. “Love of Mine”
6. “Theme From Pastorale”
7. “In a Dream”
8. “Stand Up”
9. “Feels Like Home”
10. “Buddy’s Back”
11. “Follow Your Heart”
12. “I Watched It All Come Down”
13. “When It Comes to You”
Graham Nash 60th-Anniversary Tour 2023
Aside from a new album, the vocalist is also set to travel across the United States for a tour called “Sixty Years of Songs and Stories” to celebrate his 60th-anniversary in the music industry, decades after dropping his first single with the Hollies.
His series of concerts will kick off at The Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, on April 12, 2023, before visiting cities like Annapolis, Alexandria, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Minneapolis, Columbus, Buffalo, Bethel Woods, Fort Collins, Steamboat Streams, Santa Barbara, and many more.
For fans who are interested in watching the musician perform live, visit his official website here for more information about tickets and the complete list of tour dates.
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