Graham Nash's seemingly endless tour in support of his 2016 This Path Tonight album, has just added four new stops for this fall. Nash, who's accompanied on the road by guitarist Shayne Fontayne and keyboardist Todd Caldwell, has just tagged on October dates for Waterville, Maine; Northampton, Massachusetts; Lebanon, New Hampshire; and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

When we last caught up with Graham Nash, he told us that he believes that voter apathy is what led to Donald Trump winning the presidency in 2016. Nash told us that the voters that stayed home from the polls on Election Day essentially enabled the current events and scandals seeping out of the White House: “48 percent of the people eligible to vote in this country didn't vote. Now, some of them were probably (thinking) 'Maybe Hillary (Clinton's) going to run away with it, so why bother?' Some of 'em were lazy. Some of 'em don't give a (beep) — but 48 percent. Remember a couple of years ago when there was voting in the Middle East and the people used to put their finger in the little purple dye to register that they voted? That was a death sentence for many people! They got shot because they voted. And now 48 percent of our people didn't vote? And look what we got.”

Graham Nash will next perform on July 11th in Gavorrano, Italy

UPDATED: Graham Nash North American tour dates (subject to change):

September 20 – Morristown, NJ – Mayo Performing Arts Center
September 21 – New London, CT – Garde Arts Center
September 22 – Poughkeepsie, NY – Bardavon
September 24 – Ridgefield, CT – The Ridgefield Playhouse
September 25 – South Orange, NJ – South Orange Performing Arts Center
September 27 – New York , NY – Town Hall Theatre
September 28 – Albany , NY – The Egg
September 29 – Boston, MA – Berklee Performance Center
October 2 – Waterville, ME – Waterville Opera House
October 4 – Northampton, MA – The Academy of Music
October 5 – Lebanon, NH – Lebanon Opera House
October 6 – Bethlehem, PA – Musikfest Cafe