Graham Nash has made a couple of adjustments to his recently announced U.S. solo tour that will take place in September. The folk-rock legend has added one concert to his itinerary and replaced another show with one in an entirely different venue and city.
Nash has lined up a third performance at the City Winery in New York City that's scheduled for September 26, following his previously announced September 24 and 25 gigs at the club. In addition, his September 12 concert, which originally was to have been held at the Capitol Center in Concord, New Hampshire, now is set to take place at the Rhode Island Performing Arts Center in Cranston, Rhode Island.
The An Evening with Graham Nash shows will kick off September 11 in Burlington, Vermont, and are mapped out through a September 29 performance in Tarrytown, New York. Graham will be accompanied on the trek by two members of Crosby, Stills & Nash's touring group: keyboardist James Raymond and guitarist Shane Fontayne. All of the dates will take place on the East Coast. For more information about the tour, visit GrahamNash.com.
In other Nash news, the publication date for the singer/songwriter's upcoming memoir, Wild Tales: A Rock and Roll Life, has been moved up one week, from September 24 to September 17.
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