Chelsea Manning Released: Artists Band Together for Benefit AlbumThe album includes music from Graham Nash (Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young), Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Against Me!, Tom Morello (Prophets of Rage, Rage Against the Machine) and more.
Graham Nash on CSN: ' I Love Them Dearly, But I Need a Rest from Them'There's a lot going on in Mr. Nash's life right now, much of which he deals with on his new solo album, "This Path Tonight."
Rock Hall Announces Graham Nash ExhibitThe exhibit explores how rock and roll has shaped the world and inspired some of history's most powerful figures.
Interview: Stephen Stills Reflects on His Youth, Box Set and CSNY ReunionIn 2013 Stills formed a new band — the Rides — who released their debut album and played several dates across the country. He also reunited with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young for two shows at Young's annual Bridge School Benefit concerts.
Neil Young Collabs, Classic Rock Covers, Dominate This Year's Bridge School Benefit ConcertNeil Young (and his team) put together a solid lineup of classic rock icons, indie rockers, chart toppers and a jazz singer for this years's Bridge School Benefit concert. The artists on bill all seemed enthused to be sharing the stage with Young, and judging by his on-stage visits, the feeling was mutual.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Marsalis To Play New York's Jazz At Lincoln Center
Book Report: '101 Essential Rock Records'
New 'Beatles Stories' Documentary Out This FallIt seems like everyone is a Beatles fan, everyone has a story involving the John, Paul, George and Ringo. It's that notion that drives a new documentary titled Beatles Stories, which will be released digitally and on DVD next month (October 2nd).
Graham Nash On George Bush: 'Would They Say He Was A Great President?'This week, Crosby, Stills & Nash release their new live DVD, simply titled Crosby Stills & Nash 2012. Recorded and shot, as the title suggests, earlier this year, it's much less controversial than their last video effort, the Neil Young directed film CSNY Deja Vu.
Occupy Wall Street Movement Gets By With A Little Help From Its Musical Friends