For more than half a century in the music business, Graham Nash has been one of the most successful musicians of all time, both as a member of several bands and a solo artist. As the second-richest ex-member of the legendary band CSNY, his opulent fortune caught the eye of the band’s devoted following.
With his buddy Allan Clarke, Nash formed The Hollies in 1962, and so began his professional musical career. ‘Stay with the Hollies (Here I Go Again),’ the band’s first studio album, was released in January 1964, and it quickly became a commercial and critical success. After meeting with David Crosby and Stephen Stills, Graham Nash decided to leave the band in 1968.
Worth $3o Million to Graham Nash
In the wake of David Crosby‘s dismissal from The Byrds, Stephen Stills’ breakup with Buffalo Springfield, and Graham Nash’s departure from The Hollies, Crosby, Stills, and Nash established the supergroup Crosby, Stills, and Nash. It wasn’t until Neil Young joined the group that the band’s name was changed to CSN&Y. In 1970, CSNY released their first studio album, titled Déjà Vu.
Even though the band’s debut studio album was a financial and critical success, the group disbanded. In addition to his work with CSNY, Graham Nash had an impressive solo career. “Songs for Beginners” was his first solo studio album, published on May 28, 1971. Other notable albums include “Wild Tales,” “Earth & Sky,” “Anonymous,” and “This Path Tonight.”
With a net worth of $200 million, Neil Young is the richest former member of CSNY when all the band members’ fortunes are taken into account. CSNY’s second-richest ex-member, Graham Nash, has a $30 million wealth, which he shares with Stephen Stills. With a $10 million worth, David Crosby rounds out the top three.
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