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I met Graham Nash in 1966 - while I working in a "record" store in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Actually, I was not introduced. Actually, I did not have my picture taken with him. Actually, I did not get an autograph. Actually, I did not even go to the concert. Still . . . on cue . . . when they all walked into our store . . . I dropped the needle on the turntable . .. to play . . ."Bus Stop". Thrilled. My memory. My memory. No one can top this. I was 16 years old. I am going to see him in St Charles, IL and hope to meet him - after 49 years - but who is counting. Maybe I can take a "selfie" with Graham. I am hopeful. What a wonderful time that was . . . musically - not in any other way . . . but what a wonderful job to have. I was so lucky.
I've seen him solo several times this past year and the shows have been great. Without all the Brothers (whom I love), you get more Gregg! And his band is so tight and talented, it's the best of all worlds.
I met Graham Nash in 1966 - while I working in a "record" store in…
I've seen him solo several times this past year and the shows have been great…
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