Watch: In My Room With Graham Nash

Watch: In My Room With Graham Nash

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Graham Nash. Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images.

In the latest instalment of Rolling Stones’ new ‘In My Room’ IGTV series, in which musicians perform from their homes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Graham Nash has laid down some Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young classics, sitting at the piano of his New York City apartment. 

Nash played three tracks from CSNY’s Déj Vu, an album that turned 50 this month. Prior to playing, he addressed the camera with, “a shout out to all the medical people, all the postmen and postwomen. All the people that are risking their lives to make our lives better. And we need to help them, too…we need to stay home. We need to not spread this virus. Talking about being at home, why don’t I sing “Our House” for you?”

He then shifted to the acoustic guitar to play “4 + 20,” a song written by Stephen Stills that “completely amazed” Nash when he first heard it. Nash ended with “Teach Your Children,” and a reminder to look after each other, saying: “We’re all in this together. We will make it together. Stay at home, wash your hands, don’t spread the virus.”

Graham Nash’s ‘In My Room’ segment follows on from Brian Wilson’s (and others) own at home performance – which can be viewed here. 

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