Folk icon Graham Nash will bring all the best CSN hits to Clearwater this week

No one does it better than Nash.

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 In the last 365 days, both David Crosby and Graham Nash celebrated their respective 80th birthdays. COVID aside, they didn't celebrate together.

Nash, along with Stephen Stills and Neil Young, hate Crosby’s guts, and will most likely never sing another note together.

The guys—with the possible exception of Young—all keep the music of Crosby, Stills, and Nash alive on their own while onstage, but no one does it better than Nash.

The guy who wrote so many of the CSN classics you know and love (“Teach Your Children,” “Marrakesh Express”) is in Tampa Bay for the first time since celebrating his 74th birthday in downtown Clearwater back in 2016.

Catch Nash at on Friday, March 11, at Clearwater's Bilheimer Capitol Theatre.

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Josh Bradley

Josh Bradley is Creative Loafing Tampa's resident live music freak. He started freelancing with the paper in 2020 at the age of 18, and has since covered, announced, and previewed numerous live shows in Tampa Bay, even as the live music industry continues to get back on its feet.
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