Three years ago, Graham Nash released his autobiography, “Wild Tales,” which included some great stories about his early days as a rocker in Manchester, England, his years with the Hollies, and his still-going partnership with David Crosby and Stephen Stills. It was a lot of fun to read.
While promoting the book, Nash appeared at the Library Of Congress with co-author Bob Spitz, and the two of them touched on many of those stories from Nash’s life. He was quite candid about his relationship with Joni Mitchell, how Cass Elliott got him together with Crosby and Stills, his friendship with The Beatles, Crosby’s drug problems, and much more. It’s a fascinating conversation that lasts a little over an hour (after the obligatory introduction by the woman running the program)…
Previously on Harris Online…
- The time Graham Nash served as the lifeline for my Harris Challenge (10/23/02).
- My conversation with Graham Nash on the final day of the CSNY2K tour (4/19/00).
- A transcript of a conversation I had with Graham Nash (5/22/97).
- My conversation with Henry Diltz, the classic rock photographer who did the iconic cover photo for the first CSN album (1/22/97).