“There have been several broken hearts on this path,” he says. He’s playing material from his vast catalog, dating back to his first band, the Hollies.Nash has been on tour for most of the year already and has dates scheduled through August throught the U. And he says fans won’t have to wait another decade-and-a-half for another album. “This Path Tonight” is out April 15 on Nash’s own Blue Castle Records.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.

Former Journey singer Steve Perry has opened up to fans on his Fan Asylum website for only the second time in 2013.

In a lengthy and extremely touching blog post, he revealed that he fell in love with a woman who ended up succumbing to cancer, and that he himself suffered a recent cancer scare.

Perry wrote that he fell for psychologist and breast cancer survivor Kellie Nash after seeing her in a cancer TV special and deciding that he simply had to meet her.

"In May of 2011, I was with Patty Jenkins in an editing room as she was putting the final editing touches on what was to be the closing segment of a Lifetime Channel breast cancer special called 'Five,'" he recalled.

"As the opening scenes camera panned across an outside hospital patio, a narrator's voice commented on their lives and their types of cancer.

The camera came across this girl sitting there laughing…I asked [Patty] if she would send Kellie an email that your friend Steve would love to take her to coffee or lunch sometime."Patty agreed to do so but said, 'Before I do that I think there's something I should tell you first. I had lost my mom, dad, grandparents that raised me and I was an only child so my first thought was to maybe not send the email; then my heart said, Maybe we could be friends or maybe she could be my shrink.

After a 3 year battle she was in remission for 8 months then it came back in her lungs and bones and now she's Stage 4 fighting for her life.'"Perry was admittedly taken aback. So I said, 'Please send it.'"Once the two met in person, it was love at first sight, and they ended up dating for a year and a half.

Graham Nash doesn’t just put any old impulse into a song.

“I have to ‘feel’ something deeply before I have the nerve to express my thoughts as music,” the 74-year-old songwriter says.

Nash returns with “Another Broken Heart” today, a new song from his forthcoming sixth solo album, “This Path Tonight.” The acoustic-guitar driven song, which is nearly five minutes long, features Nash ruminating about a partner playing hard-to-get for fear of heartbreak.

Nash says that the song’s vibe fits into the album’s 10 tracks nicely.