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Graham Nash’s 'Wild Tales'; Best New Music Releases; Kneebody’s Gritty Electric Jazz

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Tuesday, October 01, 2013

From the cover of "Wild Tales" by Graham Nash (Courtesy of the artist)

In this episode: Graham Nash – veteran singer-songwriter and founding member of Crosby Stills & Nash and the Hollies – joins us to discuss his new memoir Wild Tales: A Rock and Roll Life.

Plus: Time Out New York's Sophie Harris brings us some brand new releases to check out this fall.

And: Gritty electric jazz quintet Kneebody recently released their fourth studio album. The group joins us to play live.

Wild Tales From Graham Nash

Graham Nash, the veteran singer-songwriter and founding member of Crosby, Stills & Nash, stops by to share stories from his new memoir, Wild Tales: A Rock And Roll Life.

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Kneebody: Gritty Jazz Meets Electronica

Hear the genre-blending quintet play songs off its new album, The Line, in the Soundcheck studio.


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Video Premiere: Buke And Gase, 'Revel In Contempt'

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Download This: Cocomama

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