Graham Nash Discusses His Book Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life
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The last date listed for Graham Nash -- Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life was Friday November 15, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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Thanks Graham! I came to see what all the unruly children in my head were up to these past few years and you absolutely bared my soul up there. There was not one thing you said which I couldn't identify with and thanks for the affirmation I needed to hear (at 64), that I am not crazy and completely crazy at the same time. Loved it and love you for speaking the truth. Good on YOU!
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