Add Graham Nash to the list of classic rockers penning his memoirs. The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer has signed a deal with the Random House division Crown Archetype, joining a recent rash that includes Carole King, Gregg Allman and Buddy Guy. The book is expected to be published next year, and Nash -- who's spending the summer on the road with David Crosby and Stephen Stills (though there's no Detroit-area date) -- told the New York Times that he's "been as honest as I can be" with the publisher. "If they asked me a question about drugs, I answered them. You ask me a question; you're going to get an answer. Whether you like the answer or not is your problem, but you'll get an answer...I've had an incredible ringside seat to the last 50-odd years of rock n' roll. I think people will be very interested to know what the British Invasion was like, what Woodstock was like, what my friends are like, what trouble we got into, what heights we scaled. I think they'll be interested in all of it."