Graham Nash is one of the most durable musical figures to have emerged from the 1960s, both as a supporting musician and a star in his own right, and a key figure in both the British Invasion and the 1970s singer-songwriter era that followed. As a harmony singer and sometime lead singer with the Hollies and Crosby, Stills, & Nash, his voice is among the most familiar in two distinct eras and schools of rock music. Graham Nash was born in Manchester, England, and his musical future was determined on the day in 1947 when he met Allan Clarke, the new boy in his class at school. -- Read more at http://www.allmusic.com/artist/graham-nash-mn0000153590/biography
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