Singer-songwriter-artist Graham Nash has been making music for six decades. While thehas stopped his touring plans, it has not limited his productivity. He has already produced half an album of new song demos, he tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason, in an interview to be broadcast on "CBS Sunday Morning" May 17.
"It's not been too weird for me," Graham told Mason, of being socially-isolated. "I'm not a very social creature. I like to stay in my apartment. I like to be making music. … I'm doing demos. I've got half an album already done."
Mason caught up with Nash, who moved to New York City six years ago, for a socially-distanced interview in the garden at St. Mark's Church in Manhattan to talk about the current environment, his career and more.
Nash was five shows into a sold-out tour when the pandemic hit, and performances stopped. "Unfortunately, you know, it was getting crazy," Nash said. "I was definitely concerned about my audience and my crew – and myself, you know? So yes, very strange times."
Nash wonders when he'll be able to perform before a crowd again.
"Obviously, I love to perform. I love to communicate," he told Mason. "But quite frankly I don't see that happening until 2021. That's almost another year away."
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