The ageless harmonies of Crosby, Stills & Nash will be hitting the road from July through early October.
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Call it luck or great planning. All four members of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young will be together again on Oct. 26-27 for the Bridge School Benefit Concert in Mountain View, Calif. The show will no doubt whet the appetite of fans of the band, especially those anticipating a 40th anniversary tour in 2014.
David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash have been through a lot over the years -- both as solo artists and together as Crosby, Stills & Nash. And while their history has often been turbulent, it's also been loaded with harmony, as they persuasively demonstrated during an epic three-hour concert last night (Oct. 23).
The headline "Crosby, Stills + Nash Perform Benefit Concert" is hardly newsworthy. Throughout their legendary career they've devoted countless hours to playing on behalf of causes that are important to them. Wednesday night (Oct. 3), they performed to raise funds and awareness in the hopes of defeating an initiative on the California ballot this year.
Crosby, Stills & Nash are joining Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello for a concert in Los Angeles next month, with a purpose of defeating California Proposition 32. The Oct. 3 show at the Nokia Theater will feature guest speakers between sets, and promises to include thousands of members of organized labor.
Stephen Stills recently made headlines by saying Crosby, Stills and Nash would never make another album, implying trouble between band mate David Crosby and producer Rick Rubin. In a new interview, Graham Nash confirms the tension between the two men, but says he believes the legendary trio will finish its current recording project.