CARLSBAD, CA (CelebrityAccess) — The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) announced honored veteran rocker Graham Nash with its "Music for Life" recognizing his contributions to music across the span of his 40-year career.
NAMM's President and CEO Joe Lamond presented Nash with the "Music for Life" award during the NAMM Show's opening Breakfast of Champions. Nash will headline the NAMM Nissan Grand Plaza Stage with a performance at the close of the NAMM Show's opening day.
The "Music for Life" award is NAMM's highest honor, intended to honor individuals and organizations that have made a significant contribution to the world of music. Previous recipients include Stevie Wonder, Yoko Ono, Henry and Felice Mancini, Smokey Robinson and others, as well as Members of Congress, governors and business leaders.
If you couldn't make it to the NAMM conference this year to see Nash perform, he will be hitting the road for his This Path Tonight Tour 2016 kicks off the week after his appearance at the NAMM Show. Nash's upcoming studio album, This Path Tonight is set to release April 15, 2016. – Staff Writers