As a founding member of British Invasion legends The Hollies and folk-rock supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash, Graham Nash certainly has quite a few stories to tell. Now, the singer/songwriter is set to share the highlights of his extraordinary life and career in a new memoir that's scheduled to hit stores in the fall of 2013.
The as-yet-untitled autobiography, which will be published by the Crown Publishing Group's Crown Archetype imprint, will initially be available in hardcover and digital editions. The book will cover the musician's childhood in Salford, England; his years with The Hollies and his 1967 split from the band; and his subsequent move to Los Angeles, where he soon teamed up with David Crosby and Stephen Stills to form the acclaimed vocal group that continues to tour and record to this day. The memoir also will include Nash recollections of his relationship with Joni Mitchell, CSN's historic performances at the Woodstock festival (with Neil Young) and the No Nukes concerts, and so much more.
"During my 50 years in rock and roll, I've run across some incredible characters, crazy scenes and, of course, wonderful music," says Nash in a statement. "Now it's time to tell the whole story."
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