Veteran musician Graham Nash is giving fans a unique insight into his rock 'n' roll past with an exhibition of personal on-the-road photos dating back to 1969.
The Crosby, Stills & Nash star is a keen snapper and kills boredom during lengthy tours by taking artistic shots of his surroundings, landscapes, and fellow musicians.
Now his extensive collection of personal images, spanning more than 30 years from 1969 to 2003, will go on display at a gallery in London from next month (Apr13).
The photos will include shots of stars including Joni Mitchell and Neil Young, as well as Nash's bandmates David Crosby and Stephen Stills.
Nash tells Uncut magazine, "I want to take photographs when the 'subject' doesn't know that I'm there. Having had many photographs taken of me, I can feel when someone's pointing a lens at me and, of course, I want to look as cool as possible. So I don't want that to be an issue when I shoot."
Graham Nash: Life On The Road opens at the Proud Gallery in Camden, London on 3 April (13).
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