Maybe it should be "Teach Your Grandchildren"..He's back on tour...With Crosby.

Graham Nash was a key member of the Hollies in the 1960s and Crosby, Stills & Nash followed by Crosby, Stills Nash & Young in the 1970s. Nash co-wrote five Top 40 hits for the Hollies between 1966 and 1968. He then went on to write more than half of CSN&Y’s hits between 1969 and 1982.

His solo career produced only two hits – and that was during the CSN&Y years. Nash’s 1971 debut, “Songs For Beginners,” went gold and produced his first hit single, “Chicago.” While Young and Stills went their separate ways and recorded their own solo albums, Nash and David Crosby formed their own partnership, recording several albums together through the 1970s. The 1975 album “Wind on the Water” reached the Top 10 and spawned the Nash-penned hit “Immigration Man.”

Nash was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Crosby, Stills & Nash in 1997 and as a member of The Hollies in March 2010. His last release was 2009’s “Reflections,” a collection spanning 40 years and 3 albums.

Nash is also a photographer. His images are featured in his 2010 book, “Love, Graham Nash.” The handmade two-volume set was limited to 80 copies signed and numbered by Nash.

David Crosby and Graham Nash are currently touring with a four-piece backing band. A mixture of acoustic and electric performances can be expected on the outing. The pair has launched their own label, Blue Castle Records, which released digital and vinyl editions of their 1971 live set, “Another Stoney Evening.” The collection hit retailers March 22nd.

Official Web site: www.grahamnash.com

Crosby/Nash U.S. Tour Dates:

Apr. 01:           Arcata, CA      Van Duzer Theater/Humboldt State Univ.

Apr. 02:           Chico, CA        Laxson Auditorium/Chico State Univ.

Apr. 04:           San Luis Obispo, CA   Performing Arts Center San Luis Obispo

Apr. 05:           Santa Cruz, CA            Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium

Apr. 08:           Beaver Creek, CO       Vilar Performing Arts Center

Apr. 09:           Denver, CO     Swallow Hill Rootsfest/Paramount Theater

Apr. 12:           Austin, TX        Bass Concert Hall/University of Texas

Apr. 13:           Grand Prairie, TX         Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

Apr. 15:           Concho, OK    Lucky Star Casino

Apr. 16:           Newkirk, OK   First Council Casino

Apr. 26:           Cincinnati, OH Taft Theatre

Apr. 27:           Newark, OH    Midland Theatre

Apr. 29:           Munhall, PA     Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead

Apr. 30:           Niagara Falls, NY        Seneca Niagara Casino Theatre

May 03:           Easton, PA       State Theatre Center for the Arts

May 05:           Asbury Park, NJ          Paramount Theatre

May 06:           Westbury, NY NYCB Theater at Westbury

May 08:           York, PA         Strand Capitol Performing Arts Center

May 10:           Concord, NH   Capitol Center

May 11:           Burlington, VT Flynn Center

May 13:           Atlantic City, NJ           Music Box/Borgata Spa & Resort

May 14:           New York, NY            The Town Hall

May 16:           Morristown, NJ            Community Theatre/Mayo Center for the Performing Arts

May 18:           Boston, MA     Wilbur Theatre

May 21:           Portland, ME    State Theatre

May 22:           Stamford, CT   Palace Theatre

May 24:           New Bedford, MA       Zeiterion PAC