Graham Nash talks Pittsburgh, Woodstock and Crosby |
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Paul Guggenheimer

Graham Nash is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, as a member of legendary musical acts Crosby, Stills and Nash and The Hollies.

At 77, he could probably rest on his laurels, but instead Nash is on a tour that took him last week to the Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall.

Nash sat down for a conversation with the Tribune-Review after his soundcheck before his Friday show.

He talked about what keeps bringing him back to the intimate venue in Munhall, his iconic songs such as “Immigration Man,” the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and what it was like to play there in 1969, and the state of his strained relationship with David Crosby.

Watch his interview here:

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