The Laurel Canyon sound of the '60s and '70s was all about smooth harmonies and peaceful, easy feelings, but the bands making the music were notorious for their constantly shifting lineups and behind-the-scenes turmoil. Case in point: the Byrds, who announced founding member David Crosby's acrimonious firing 46 years ago.
One of rock and roll's most enigmatic figures, David Crosby first caught our attention as a member of the Byrds, arguably one of the greatest American bands ever. He stayed only a few short years before mo
Many of the musician mug shot stories we've shared so far ended up with the rock star getting off relatively scott-free, but angelic singer David Crosby spent nine months in prison after being arrested in April of 1982 for cocaine possession.
Classic rock vets (and known political activists) David Crosby and Graham Nash got in on the Occupy Wall Street, uh, fun. The '60s rockers actually participated in the movement by performing an acoustic set on an unseasonably mild Tuesday afternoon (Nov. 8), entertaining those who gathered at Liberty Plaza/Zuccotti Park in New York City. The duo elected to perform a short set after paying a visit to the park last week.
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