Happy Birthday to Graham Nash who turns 78 on Sunday (February 2nd)!!! Nash heads back on the road on March 4th hitting York, Pennsylvania's Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center. Nash's ongoing tour features just him, Shane Fontayne — Crosby, Stills, & Nash's longtime road guitarist, and keyboardist Todd Caldwell.
In 2018, Nash released the 30-track career retrospective, titled Over The Years. The set features tracks from Crosby, Stills, & Nash; Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; Crosby & Nash; and Nash on his own. The collection's second disc features a selection of Nash's personal demos of his best-known tracks taped between 1968 and 1980. In 2016, Nash received raves for his latest solo set, This Path Tonight, along with glowing reviews for his ongoing scaled back live dates.
Perhaps the biggest shakeups of Graham Nash's life these days are the end of his marriage to wife Susan Sennett after nearly four decades and three adult children together, his new marriage with writer/actress Amy Grantham, and the crumbling of his partnership with David Crosby. Nash's ongoing issues with Crosby seem to have marked the end of CSNY. Nash recently revealed to the Dutch magazine Lust For Life that his relationship with Crosby is virtually non-existent at this point and that CSNY are effectively over.