For a time, you might have only known his last name as one of three (occasionally four) put together for THE supergroup of the 1970s. But on his own, Graham Nash is still one of the most decorated rock stars in the world.

This August, Graham is bringing his "More Evenings of Songs and Stories" tour to Kalamazoo State Theatre.

In a press release issued on Tuesday, Feb. 20th, the Kalamazoo State Theatre announced that Graham Nash is bringing his up-close and personal tour to the Mall City, in the historic theatre setting.

Obviously, best known as one third (or fourth) of Crosby, Stills, & Nash (and Young), he was also a founding member of the Hollies, and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame TWICE with both bands.

Originally from Blackpool, England, he was part of the original British Invasion to the United States music scene, and has been inducted twice into the Songwriters Hall of Fame as part of Crosby, Stills, & Nash, and as a solo artist.

What's cool about this particular show, though, is it's not just Graham coming out on stage, playing a bunch of his music, and some CSN stuff, but he'll also tell stories about his life and career, and likely display much of his photography, as he's ALSO an accomplished photographer.

This also isn't the first time Nash has played in Kalamazoo. He once did a show here with the late David Crosby in 1975, which you can see photos of in the gallery below.

Ticket Info for Graham Nash at Kalamazoo State Theatre

Tickets won't go on sale until Friday, February 23rd at 10 a.m. local time, but you can get them early two ways.

A Media Pre-sale is happening NOW (Feb. 20th) by using the code "MEDIA" to get your tickets. The Rocker Morning Show will also have opportunities all week after 7 a.m. in the Daily 5 Trivia Game.

There will also be a local presale on Thursday, Feb. 22nd starting at 10 a.m.

To get your tickets to see Graham Nash - More Evenings of Songs and Stories, visit the Kalamazoo State Theatre website.

Never Before Seen Photos: Crosby & Nash Play Kalamazoo '75

Gallery Credit: Brad Carpenter

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