NEW YORK (AP) — Graham Nash recalls listening to Radio Luxembourg as a child and realizing he wanted to be a musician. Nash says he’d listen to the American top 40 countdown at the end of World War II on Radio Luxembourg. He grew up to be a musician and to be a benefactor for other budding musicians by supporting charities that give instruments to children in need. The National Association of Music Merchants will give Nash its Music For Life Award next week in Anaheim, California. Nash says he never got into music for the awards, and it’s very kind of NAMM to recognize the importance of music.