Graham Nash Sounded as Great As Ever on NPR's Tiny Desk Concert, 2016 [YouTube Video]

Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published March 14, 2016



<h5>Graham Nash NPR Tiny Desk Concert Setlist</h5>

<blockquote>"Bus Stop"
"Myself At Last"
"This Path Tonight"</blockquote>



<h5>Graham Nash NPR Tiny Desk Concert Credits</h5>

<blockquote>Producers: Bob Boilen, Niki Walker
Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin
Videographers: Niki Walker, Kara Frame
Production Assistant: Jackson Sinnenberg
Photo: Brandon Chew/NPR</blockquote>

Legendary singer-songwriter Graham Nash recently stopped by the offices of NPR to take part in their Tiny Desk Concert series. The folk musician performed three songs, including two from his upcoming album, This Path Tonight. Watch it above.

Beginning with a faithful version of The Hollies' 1966 song, "Bus Stop," you can hear that Nash's voice has an uncanny ability to transport you back to that era. Guitarist Shane Fontayne sits with Graham for this set, and lends a second layer of intricately placed riffs that add character to the songs.

Next up is a new song, "Myself At Last," and Graham shares an intimate story explaining how the first take of the song in the studio became the master. Dedicated to his girlfriend Amy, the tune is a gentle number strengthened by Nash's harmonica playing. The set wraps up with an introspective take of the upcoming album's title track.

Pick up This Path Tonight on Amazon. It's scheduled to be released April 15, 2016.

For the latest music, news, and tour dates from Graham Nash, check out his Zumic artist page.

Graham Nash This Path Tonight album cover art

Source: NPR Music YouTube

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