Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young formed out of the '60s groups the Byrds (David Crosby), Buffalo Springfield (Stephen Stills and Neil Young) and the Hollies (Graham Nash). They originally started in 1969 as a trio, adding Neil Young for their second album, 'Deja Vu,' in 1970. The group has gone through some tough times over the years, breaking up, reforming and splitting into other sections. The quartet has released only three albums since 1970; the trio has issued five. They've reunited sporadically over the years for concerts, with all of the members also putting out solo recordings at the same time.
New Graham Nash Album Includes Song About His CSNY Sadness
He wrote "I Watched It All Come Down" to express his regret they didn't do more together.
David Crosby, Founding Member of the Byrds and CSN, Dead at 81
"His legacy will continue to live on through his legendary music," Crosby's wife said in a statement.
Neil Young Left Buffalo Springfield and CSNY for the Same Reason
Singer-songwriter says both groups "started drifting away" from the values he believed in.
Graham Nash Reflects on His Photos of CSNY, Dylan, Joni Mitchell
Songwriter previews his book 'A Life in Focus' and teases upcoming albums.
David Crosby on CSNY: ‘I Let All Three of Those Guys Down’
Singer admits his actions "pretty much destroyed" the group.
Graham Nash Explains CSNY Tensions: 'We Don't Talk to David'
"Stephen [Stills] and Neil [Young] and I are great," Nash told 'CBS Sunday Morning.' "We talk often. We don't talk to David."
Stephen Stills Takes Blame for ‘Deja Vu’ Album Art Drama
CSNY icon admits he’s “biting the hand that feeds” as he criticizes classic album reissue.
Hear Unreleased Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Song ‘Ivory Tower’
Video tells story of track that didn’t make cut for ‘Deja Vu’ but appears on upcoming deluxe version.
CSNY Announce 50th-Anniversary Edition of 'Deja Vu'
Four CDs will feature numerous outtakes, unheard alternate versions and an appearance from Joni Mitchell.
Graham Nash Gave $800K of Archive Material to Neil Young for Free
He knew how much he’d earned from colleague’s talent, so handed over lyric sheets “with a good heart.”