Graham Nash to Make Northern California Appearances November 1 & 2:

On 11/1, Nash Joins President Bill Clinton, House Democrats Nancy Pelosi

and Rahm Emmanuel, Jackson Browne & Others at the Warfield Theatre for an

Event to Benefit Progressive Democratic Congressional Candidates

On 11/2, in Honor of Butte College's Exhibition of His Photographic Work,

Nash Will Attend Receptions in Oroville at 2pm and in Chico at 7pm

Nov 01, 2006, 00:00 ET from Jensen Communications for Graham Nash

    SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Art, photography, music and
 politics are all on the agenda as legendary singer-songwriter, fine art
 photographer, digital realm pioneer and activist Graham Nash makes a swing
 through Northern California this week. Nash's Northern California itinerary
 begins Wed., November 1 as he joins former President Bill Clinton,
 Democratic Leader of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and
 Congressman & DCCC Chairman Rahm Emmanuel for a 6PM event at S.F.'s
 historic Warfield Theatre. In an effort to win back the House through the
 Nov. 7 mid-term elections, the event will benefit the progressive
 Democratic congressional candidates who oppose the Iraq War.
     Graham -- whose long history of passionate political, environmental and
 social activism has always been integrated into his music career -- will
 give a special performance on a bill also including Jackson Browne and Fred
 Martin & The Levite Camp. Clinton, Pelosi and Emmanuel will speak at the
 Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee-sponsored event. The Warfield
 is located at 982 Market Street in San Francisco; for tickets and
 information, contact the DCCC at 202-485-3501 or
     On Thurs., November 2, Graham Nash dons his visual artist and cyber-
 visionary hats for two events related to Butte College's exhibition of his
 photographic work. At 2PM, Nash will speak at the school's innovative
 Digital Outdoor Gallery on their main Oroville, CA campus, where his
 photographs are to be displayed in newly installed, weatherized cases. The
 images were selected by Dennis Wickes, a Multimedia Department instructor
 and advisor for student organization Butte Art & Design (BAD); he conceived
 the show after seeing the museum exhibition Eye to Eye: Photographs by
 Graham Nash in Southern California in early '06. Earlier this year, Wickes
 also visited Nash Editions, revered for its pioneering inventions in
 digital fine art printing, which Graham co-founded in 1990 with Mac
 Holbert, who will be present as well. Situated equidistant between the
 cities of Chico, Paradise and Oroville, Butte College is located at 3536
 Butte Campus Drive, Oroville, CA, 95965 (and online at
     At 7PM on Nov. 2, Nash and Holbert will also attend a second reception
 -- open to the public -- at 222 2nd Street in downtown Chico, adjacent to
 Butte's 2nd Street Digital Outdoor Gallery. In addition to the eight images
 on view in Oroville -- including portraits of David Crosby, Bob Dylan, Joni
 Mitchell and Nash's self-portrait from the book cover of Eye To Eye -- five
 more will be on display outside at the 2nd Street Gallery, and seventeen
 more will be hung inside the reception space. For more information, contact
 Prof. Wickes' office at 530-895-2975.
     Originally published in hardcover in 2004, the book Eye to Eye:
 Photographs by Graham Nash will be released as a softcover edition in
 Spring 2007 by Five Ties Publishing.
                 For more information, visit

SOURCE Jensen Communications for Graham Nash