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Graham Nash meets Kyle Meredith to talk about his new album, nowand how it showcases some of his most personal writing.
The legendary singer-songwriter goes on to write a song about the rise and fall of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and a tribute to Buddy Holly. It also touches on The Hollies’ 60th anniversary and the simple thing it would take to be reunited with Neil Young or Stephen Stills.
It also discusses the recent death of David Crosby and how the “trauma” affected him. I think the truth is, we predicted David’s death 20 years earlier. The fact that he reached 80 was amazing,” he explains, before continuing, “but it was a shock, kind of like an earthquake.” You get the initial shock and then you find out you’ve survived. But these aftershocks keep coming.”
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