Graham Nash Talks Seeing The Beatles & Performs On ‘The Late Show’


Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame musician Graham Nash will release his first solo studio album in 15 years, This Path Tonight, on April 15. The iconic singer-songwriter known for his membership in The Hollies; Crosby, Stills & Nash and as a solo artist, was a guest on last night’s episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.

Sitting for an interview with the show’s host, Nash discussed seeing The Beatles when they were called Johnny & The Moondogs, playing Woodstock and the story behind the writing of his classic “Just A Song Before I Go,” among other aspects of his 50-year career. After telling the story behind its composition, Nash grabbed an acoustic guitar and treated the audience to a brief impromptu performance of “Just A Song Before I Go.”

Watch the interview and solo performance below:

Last night’s episode of The Late Show also featured a performance by musical guest Jason Isbell. Watch his rendition of “If It Takes A Lifetime” from his Grammy Award-winning album Something More Than Free, via this link.

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