Credit: Amy GranthamAfter wrapping up a spring tour of California last month, Graham Nash will continue to promote his 2016 solo album, This Path Tonight, with a series of U.S. summer shows in a variety of East Coast and Midwest cities.

The new trek kicks off July 11 in Norfolk, Connecticut, and is scheduled to run through an August 19 performance at the Philadelphia Folk Festival in Schwenksville, Pennsylvania.

Accompanying Nash at the upcoming shows, as he has on all of his previous dates in support of This Path Tonight, will be guitarist Shane Fontayne. Fontayne was Nash’s main collaborator on the album, which Shane also produced.

First up for Graham, though, is an appearance tonight at a star-studded charity concert celebrating the music of songwriter Jimmy Webb at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

Nash will be singing “If These Walls Could Speak with Webb at the event. Graham and his estranged Crosby, Stills & Nash band mate David Crosby recorded a version of the same tune with Jimmy for his 2012 album Still Within the Sound of My Voice.

“When I was approached to do this show at Carnegie Hall, I suggested to Jimmy that we do that song in two-part harmony instead of three-part harmony,” Nash tells People magazine. “And he said, ‘Absolutely.’ So I’ve got my part down and I’m raring to go!”

The concert, dubbed “A Celebration of the Music of Jimmy Webb: The Cake and the Rain,” will raise money for two Alzheimer’s charities in honor of Jimmy’s good friend Glen Campbell, who’s battling the disease. For more information about the show, visit

Here are all of Nash’s upcoming tour dates:

7/11 — Norfolk, CT, Infinity Music Hall & Bistro
7/12 — Plymouth, NH, The Flying Monkey
7/14 — Montclair, NJ, Wellmont Theater
7/15 — Port Chester, NY, Capitol Theatre
7/17 — Truro, MA, Payomet Performing Arts Center
7/18 — Edgartown, MA, Old Whaling Church
7/20 — Union, ME, Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery
7/21 — Lowell, MA, Boarding House Park
7/22 — Port Washington, NY, Jeanne Rimsky Theater at Landmark on Main Street
7/24 — Ocean City, NJ, Ocean City Music Pier
7/25 — Gettysburg, PA, Majestic Theater
7/28 — Chicago, IL, Maurer Hall
7/29 — Chicago, IL, Maurer Hall
7/30 — Chicago, IL, Maurer Hall
8/1 — Lexington, KY, Lexington Opera House
8/2 — Nelsonville, OH, Stuart’s Opera House
8/4 — State College, PA, State Theatre
8/5 — Greensboro, NC, Carolina Theatre
8/6 — Rocky Mount, VA, Harvester Performance Center
8/19 — Schwenksville, PA, Philadelphia Folk Festival

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