81 year-old Graham Nash is behind songs that have been the soundtrack of millions of lives. Multiple Grammy winner, member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters’ Hall of Fame and an artist who has been at the top of the music scene since the early 60s. As a member of the British top group The Hollies, Graham Nash wrote or co-wrote hits like Stop Stop Stop, On A Carousel and Carrie Anne. In 1968 he left The Hollies, travelled to Laurel Canyon in California and founded, with David Crosby and Stephen Stills, the supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash. Their first, eponymous album was a huge hit. Shortly after this, the trio grew to include Neil Young, and in the spring of 1970, as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, they released their milestone album Déjà Vu. Two of the album’s hits, Our House and Teach Your Children, were written by Graham Nash. His 1971 solo record, Songs For Beginners, confirmed his songwriting talent, further evidenced by his duo work with David Crosby during the 70s and a long series of solo albums. A new album, Now, is due in May 2023. Graham Nash has always used his public rostrum actively on political, social and environmental matters. He is moreover a gifted photographer with exhibitions and publications to his name. His only Danish festival in 2023.