This month, two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee and two-time Songwriter Hall of Fame Inductee Graham Nash will be honored for his pioneering work in the field of photography by the International Photography Hall of Fame, the Lucie Awards, and the PhotoPlus Expo.
On Thursday, October 20th (12:30-1:30PM) at the PhotoPlus Expo at Javits Convention Center in New York, Nash will appear as a keynote speaker, discussing his printmaking studio Nash Editions. Nash will share the stories behind some of the images he's made over the decades in an onstage conversation with award-winning photographer Mark Seliger.
On October 23rd at New York's Carnegie Hall, Nash will receive the Double Exposure Award at the 2016 Lucie Awards Gala, which honors the greatest achievements in photography.
On October 28th in St. Louis, MO, Nash will be one of eight photographers inducted into the International Photography Hall of Fame (IPHF), alongside Ken Burns, Steve Jobs, Annie Leibovitz, and others, in celebration of it's 50th anniversary.
Nash will then visit the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on November 16, where he'll appear with Shane Fontayne for a Q&A and intimate acoustic performance in support of his critically acclaimed new solo album, This Path Tonight. This album landed on seven different Billboard charts in the United States, his highest-charting album overall. It features ten original songs produced by Fontayne.
Check out a VintageRock.com review and photos of a recent Graham Nash concert, featuring Shane Fontayne.
For more information on Graham Nash, please visit www.grahamnash.com.