Graham Nash Rolls Through Summer

Graham Nash’s 2016 tour has added July and August to the routing with shows planned for St. Louis, Annapolis, Seattle, Santa Fe and other fine cities.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is touring in support of his new album, the Shayne Fontayne-produced This Path Tonight, showing fans and critics alike that he still has plenty to say via personal and intimate observations.

Photo: Todd Williamson / Invision / AP
Nokia Theatre L.A. Live, Los Angeles, Calif.

“From the fear of finding and losing another love in ‘Another Broken Heart’ to the arrow-in-the-air feeling of daring to take that step in ‘Target,’ This Path Tonight weaves a thread through the tumult that has defined Nash’s life lately,” wrote NPR’s Jim Allen about Nash’s first album in 14 years. “But Nash isn’t just chronicling his own journey; it’s everyone’s. At some point, most of us ask the same kind of questions these songs pose.  This record is the sound of someone facing his place on the planet head-on, doing his best to figure it all out as he goes along.”

Nash has an upcoming TV gig, appearing on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” May 9.

Currently playing shows in the U.S., Nash heads to Europe and the U.K. later this month, returning in July.  Here are the new dates:

July 13 – Okemah, Okla., Crystal Theatre
July 14 – St. Louis, Mo., The Venue @ River City Casino
July 16 – Glenside, Pa., Keswick Theatre
July 17 – Patchogue, N.Y., Shorefront Park (Great South Bay Music Festival)
July 19 – Ridgefield, Conn., Ridgefield Playhouse
July 20 – Harrisburg, Pa., Sunoco Performance Theater
July 21 – Alexandria, Va., The Birchmere
July 24 – Annapolis, Md., Rams Head On Stage
Aug. 2 – Seattle, Wash., The Neptune
Aug. 3 – Portland, Ore., Aladdin Theater
Aug. 6 – Buena Vista, Colo., Cottonwood Meadows (Vertex)
Aug. 7 – Santa Fe, N.M., Lensic Performing Arts Center 

The Guacamole Fund is working with Nash to provide a portion of ticket sales to Musicians United for Safe Energy.  Visit for more information.