Graham Nash

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David Crosby: ’I don’t know if I’ve found my way, but I do know I feel happy. I love my family, and the music’s coming to me.’ Photograph: Anna Webber/Courtesy of the artist

David Crosby has just turned 80. Congratulations, I say. “Thank you, man!” says the great singer-songwriter, trailblazer and trouble-maker. How did he(...)

In September of 2020, Joni Mitchell Archives – Vol 1: The Early Years (1963-1967), a five-CD box set of previously unreleased material, was issued. At(...)

Four men in a boat: Danny Sheehy, Brendan Begley, Glen Hansard and Liam Holden. “Danny told me, ‘If you can play a gig for three hours then you can row for six’”

Glen Hansard has been away. Has he been for a week on the beach or a few days at a spa? He has not. The craggy, bearded singer has just returned from (...)

Kate Nash, who plays Indiependence festival 2018

Saturday, July 28th Le Boom Róisín Dubh, Galway; 11pm; €10; roisindubh.net Two years ago, Aimie Mallon and Christy Leech were but a faint whisper in(...)

Before the arrival of The Beatles and Bob Dylan, the divisions between pop and folk music were remarkably well defined, if not unco-operative. After (...)

Renay Davis holds up a sign showing support for Chelsea Manning in the Castro District of San Francisco, California on May 17, 2017, during a celebration for Manning’s release.   JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images

Yesterday morning, Chelsea Manning walked out of military prison a free woman. I’d be lying if I said that I always thought this day would come. Over(...)

Rita Coolidge and Kris Kristofferson in 1977. Photograph: by Ron Galella/WireImage

In 1977, Rita Coolidge was 33 and one of the most in-demand rock vocalists in LA. The legendary Delta Lady of the song had won two Grammys for perfor(...)

Lykke Li: ‘The older you get, the more refined you become, and you can step into the light and become a real woman’

Lykke Li has had the blues and that’s okay with her. Without the melancholy and ennui that followed the break-up of a relationship, the Swedish sin(...)