Photo: Eleanor StillsGraham Nash will help promote his new autobiography, Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life, at a speaking engagement at the Hudson Union Society in New York City on September 27. The folk-rock legend will share stories about his eventful life and career, highlighted, of course, by his years as a member of two Rock and Roll Hall of Fame groups -- The Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash.
Attendees who purchase tickets to the event will receive a copy of Wild Tales, which will be published on September 24. Find out more details about Nash's appearance at by visiting HudsonUnionSociety.com.
The Hudson Union Society engagement will take place near the end of the singer/songwriter's recently announced solo U.S. tour, which runs from a September 11 concert in Burlington, Vermont, through a September 29 show in Tarrytown, New York. Graham also has three late-August concerts lined up with David Crosby, as well as an October tour of the United Kingdom with CSN.
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