Covid Forces Graham Nash To Postpone Tour

Graham Nash has postponed the remainder of his North American dates after a member of the touring party contracted Covid. Last week, Nash’s old friend Ringo Starr also was forced to scrap his fall dates due to Covid.

A message was posted on Nash’s Facebook page, which reads: “We are truly sorry to have to announce that we will be postponing the remainder of Graham’s tour dates due to a Covid outbreak in the touring party. All shows will be rescheduled as soon as possible. Please stay healthy and safe out there and we hope to see you soon.”

Graham Nash, who’s now 80, admitted to us that his acoustic shows have brought him closer to his audience than ever before: “They more and more seem to think I’m one of them, and I like that a lot. ‘Cause I don’t want it to be, y’know, a bunch of people looking at some guy onstage as a star, y’know? Whatever we have done in our lives, every single decision we have ever made, up to this point will bring us to the show. So, why not have the best time? Why not have me do my job, which is as a musician, I go there, I sing songs, I hope to touch their hearts, I hope to touch their minds, I get paid money, and they leave smiling. What’s wrong with this picture?”

POSTPONED: Graham Nash tour dates:

October 14 – Malibu, CA – Smothers Theatre
October 15 – San Diego, CA – Humphrey’s Concerts
October 16 – Phoenix, AZ – Celebrity Theatre
October 18 – Tucson, AZ – Fox Theatre
October 21 – Steamboat Springs, CO – Strings Music Pavilion
October 22 – Breckenridge, CO – Riverwalk Center
October 23 – Fort Collins, CO – Washington’s
October 25 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater
October 27, 28, 29 – Park City, UT – The Egyptian Theatre

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