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“Reporters crowd around your house,
Going through your garbage like a pack of hounds,
Speculating what they may find out,
It don’t matter now, you’re all washed up”.
Neil Young's "A Letter Home" Coming Back as Deluxe Package
2013 | April 24 | rollingstone.com
New set will include alternate takes, vinyl discs and making-of DVD
By Andy Greene
Neil Young's lo-fi covers record A Letter Home was quietly released on vinyl through Jack White's label Third Man Records just in time for Record Store Day last week, but on May 27th it's coming back in a deluxe package that will include a CD, a download card, a making-of DVD and two vinyl records. The limited edition set will retail for $109.98, but a basic CD version will also be offered for $13.99.
A Letter Home - which features acoustic renditions of Bob Dylan's "Girl From The North Country," Willie Nelson's "On The Road Again" and many other classics - was recorded at Third Man Records on a refurbished 1947 Voice-O-Graph recording booth. "Imagine a very simple recording studio not much larger than a phone booth and you'll get the idea," reads a press release. "Recorded live to track to one-track, mono, the album has an inherent warm, primitive feel of a vintage Folkways recording."
The deluxe edition of the album will also have a 32-page booklet and seven 6" clear vinyl discs, one of which features an alternate take on Willie Nelson's "Crazy."
Young also released a video for his cover of Bert Jansch's "Needle of Death" for those who wish to see the Voice-O-Graph recording booth in action.
Young recently wrapped up a solo acoustic North American tour at at the Chicago Theater. The shows centered mostly around Young's early work, and featured the first live performance of the Rust Never Sleeps deep cut "Thrasher" since 1978. He heads to Europe in July for a tour with Crazy Horse.
David Crosby Announces Warm-up Show
2013 | December 18 | davidcrosby.com
David Crosby Announces a Hometown, Warm-up Show at The Lobero Theatre In Santa Barbara, Ca on January 16, 2014.
A Celebration Of The Newly Restored Lobero Theatre, California’s Oldest And Continously Operating Theatre, and The January Release Of “CROZ,” His New Studio Album After Twenty Years
Legendary singer-songwriter David Crosby announces a warm-up show at the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara, CA—his hometown—on January 16, 2014. Advance Regular Tickets and VIP Packages—which include premium seat plus the live show recording—will be available for Pre-Sale on Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 1 PM Pacific Time through the Lobero Theatre website www.lobero.com; general tickets go on sale Saturday, Dec. 21 at 10 AM.
The show will feature repertoire spanning Crosby’s entire career, including songs from his January 28th release, CROZ—his first solo album of studio material in 20 years, as well as selections from The Byrds, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and his partnership as a duo with Nash. Accompanying Crosby on the road are James Raymond (keyboards), Shane Fontayne (guitar), Kevin McCormick (bass), Steve DiStanislao (drums, percussion), and Marcus Eaton (guitar).
I admit I have been lucky, but this tour is really a high point for me,” says David Crosby. “I get to go out and play this record that we have made LIVE: The studio is good, but live is even better. I am going to have a blast, and I suspect anyone else who comes to see us will too.”
The Rock Atlas USA Edition now published
2013 | December 16 | @DavidRoberts32
The Rock Atlas USA edition is now published in the UK (USA publication to follow shortly).
There are quite a few CSN&Y entries among the stories about 650 locations. There's the CSN debut album covershoot, Nash and Joni's 'Our House', Nash's Frisco home where Revolution at Buena Vista studio happened, Nash's 'Chicago Seven' story, The Manassas station cover shoot, Stills and The Stones at Shady Oak Road, Studio City, a ton more NY and Springfield locations and my favourite - the Stills debut album shoot at his Colorado cabin.
David Roberts was formerly managing editor of the Guinness range of music books including British Hit Singles, Rockopedia, and The Encyclopedia of Popular Music.
FYI: There is a page on 4Waysite featuring famous CSNY places: Everything CSNY > Famous Places.
CSN Announce US Tour
2013 | December 10 | broadwayworld.com
Crosby, Stills & Nash have announced a series of U.S. concerts for spring 2014, beginning March 4 at the Carpenter Center in Richmond, VA. The dates follow their critically acclaimed tour of the U.S., Europe and the U.K. throughout 2013. The group will perform songs from their extensive catalogue, as well as new material from each member. Advance tickets go on sale directly on the official CSN website at 10 AM PST Wednesday morning.
The itinerary runs through March 24, closing with a show at the Durham Performing Arts Center in Durham, NC. Tour highlights also include the Palace Theatre in Louisville, KY (3/8), Murat Theatre in Indianapolis IN (3/14), Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN (3/21), and the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA (3/22). Once again, CSN will be accompanied by its backing band featuring: Shane Fontayne (guitar), Steve DiStanislao (drums), Kevin McCormick (bass), James Raymond (keyboards), and Todd Caldwell (organ).
Check out the Tours section for more info.
Neil Young to play London's Hyde Park
2013 | December 10 | nme.com
Neil Young and Crazy Horse will headline a huge outdoor show at London's Hyde Park on Saturday July 12 next year. They'll be joined at Barclaycard British Summer Time by special guests The National, Tom Odell, Caitlin Rose, Phosphorescent and Flyte.
Speaking about the gig Tom Odell said: "I'm so excited to be supporting one of my all time heroes, a man that has influenced my music, and so much music that I listen to today. I'm psyched!"
Earlier this year Neil Young and Crazy Horse cancelled some UK gigs after guitarist Frank Poncho Sampedro sustained an injury.
Tickets go on general sale for the Hyde Park show on Friday December 13.
McBusted - the supergroup featuring members of McFly and Busted - will also play one of the Summertime gigs on Sunday July 6.
This year's British Summer Time series of gigs were headlined by artists including Bon Jovi and The Rolling Stones.
AEG Live was awarded the five-year contract to create this event in Hyde Park towards the end of 2012.
Check out the Tours 2014 section for a complete overview.
Photo: Guy Eppel
Neil Young Confirms Canadian Shows
2013 | December 9 | jambands.com
Toronto native Neil Young will return to Canada in 2014 for four shows that will benefit Honor The Treaties, an organization that funds collaborations between Native artists and Native advocacy groups. Following Young’s previously announced four night run at New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Canadian run will begin on January 12 with a hometown show at Toronto’s Massey Hall and wrap up in Calgary, ALB on January 19.
Tickets for all four shows will go on sale December 10. Diana Krall will serve as support for all four Canadian shows.
Check out the Tours 2014 section for a complete overview.
Canadian nominees for 2014 Grammy Awards include Neil Young
2013 | December 7 | canada.com
The following Canadians were represented in the nominations for the 56th annual Grammy Awards that were announced on Friday night ahead of the ceremony scheduled for Jan. 26, 2014:
Neil Young was nominated for Best Rock Album with his band Crazy Horse (Psychedelic Pill).
Drake was nominated for Best Rap Performance (“Started From the Bottom”), Best Rap Song (as part of “Fuckin’ Problems” by Rocky along with “Started From the Bottom”), Best Rap Album and Album of the Year (Nothing Was the Same).
Robin Thicke scored nominations for Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo and Group Performance for “Blurred Lines” and Best Pop Vocal Album for the accompanying full-length of the same name.
Michael Buble is up for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album (Remember You).
The Weeknd was cited for his role in the Best Rap Song Collaboration category (“Remember You” with Wiz Khalifa).
Mychael Danna was nominated for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media for the movie of the Yaan Martel Book Life of Pi.
And several other Canadians were involved in nominated recordings: Daft Punk’s nominated album featured Toronto native Chilly Gonzales; Neko Case of the New Pornographers is up for Best Alternative Music Album; Blake Shelton’s nominated Best Country Song “Mine Will be You” was co-written by Canadian Dominic Ruttan; another Best Score Soundtrack nominee Argo was based on the story of Canadian ambassador Ken Taylor; and Best Dance Recording nominee “This is What it Feels Like” by Armin Van Buuren features vocals from ex-soulDecision singer Trevor Guthrie.
Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for NARAS
Personalized signed Copy of "Wild Tales"
2013 | December 6 | @TheGrahamNash
Here is your chance before the holidays to pick up a personalized signed copy of "Wild Tales" by Graham Nash:
Sunday December 08, 2013 2:00 PM
The Grove at Farmers Market
189 The Grove Drive Suite K 30, Los Angeles, CA 90036, 323-525-0270
Special Instructions: this is a wristbanded event. Wristbands will be available after 9:00 am on December 8 at B&N at The Grove with the purchase of Wild Tales. Personalization with first names is available. Photos from line. No memorabilia, please. Call 323.525.0270 with any questions.
In his memoir, "Wild Tales," Graham Nash delivers an engrossing look back at his remarkable career and the music that defined a generation. Barnes & Noble is honored to welcome this legendary singer/songwriter for a very special signing.
Neil Young to Europe and New Album Recorded
2013 | December 5 | swp.de and bad-news-beat.org
The German newspaper SÜDWEST PRESSE says Neil Young and Crazy Horse will schedule a concert in Ulm, Germany on the 20.07.2014. Tickets go on sale next Tuesday and prices are from 69.90 to 89,90 Euro.
Scott Sandie from the Neil Young Appreciation Society is reporting that Neil Young’s next album was recorded in Jack White’s record booth. According to Scott: "Confirmation that Neil's next album was recorded in Jack White's record booth. It should be out sometime in the new year. I don't know its release details but would be surprised if it's only available via Third Man. But this is Neil, so who knows. I anticipate this will be a very big seller. It is an album of covers. In it, as anticipated, he pays tribute to other renowned singer-songwriters. There are 12 tracks on it. There are no Neil Young originals, but...each side starts with an introduction (part 1, part 2) of the same title. That could be a Neil Young original although I have another theory on what these might be... A couple of the songs chosen will astonish you. Sorry for the secrecy but more on this might leak soon..."
Graham Nash recorded his new autobiography Wild Tales
2013 | December 4 | @TheGrahamNash
Graham Nash recorded his new autobiography Wild Tales. Listen to Graham recount his nearly six-decade-long love affair with music.
Audio version available for purchase or download from Amazon and iTunes (see image).
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David Crosby Adds a Fourth Show
2013 | December 4 | davidcrosby.com
David Crosby Adds a Fourth Show at the City Winery in New York City on Feb. 1, 2014, following his sold out performances on January 28, 29, and 31, 2014. Tickets for the just-announced show go on sale, December 5 at 3 PM ET.
The shows will feature repertoire spanning Crosby’s entire career. Accompanying Crosby on the road are James Raymond (keyboards), Shane Fontayne (guitar), Kevin McCormick (bass), Steve DiStanislao (drums, percussion), and Marcus Eaton (guitar). Looking ahead to going on the road, Crosby says, “I admit I have been lucky, but this tour is really a high point for me. I get to go out and play this record that we have made LIVE: the studio is good but live is even better. I am going to have a blast, and I suspect anyone else who comes to see us will too.”
Crosby starts his tour in late January with four nights at City Winery in New York City (1/28, 1/29, 1/31, 2/1), The Barns at Wolf Trap in Vienna, VA (2/3, 2/4, 2/6), sold out shows at the City Winery in Chicago (2/8-9), The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco (2/20-21), and ends with five sold out nights at the Troubadour in Los Angeles (2/23, 24, 25, 27, 28).
We will soon upload the 2014 Tours section, but here you have David Crosby's tour dates:
(more to be added)
January 28 New York, NY City Winery – SOLD OUT
January 29 New York, NY City Winery – SOLD OUT
January 31 New York, NY City Winery
February 1 New York, NY City Winery
February 3 Vienna, VA The Barns at Wolf Trap
February 4 Vienna, VA The Barns at Wolf Trap
February 6 Vienna, VA The Barns at Wolf Trap
February 8 Chicago, IL City Winery – SOLD OUT
February 9 Chicago, IL City Winery – SOLD OUT
February 20 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall
February 21 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall
February 23 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour – SOLD OUT
February 24 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour – SOLD OUT
February 25 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour – SOLD OUT
February 27 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour – SOLD OUT
February 28 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour – SOLD OUT
STREAM ALBUM: Neil Young "Live at the Cellar Door"
2013 | December 3 | rollingstone.com
Though originally set for release on November 26, Neil Young's 1970 live album Live at the Cellar Door has been pushed back until December 10.
But there is astream of the whole thing right now.
The set mixes Buffalo Springfield classics like "Flying on the Ground Is Wrong" and "I Am a Child" with new songs like "After the Goldrush" and "Tell My Why." Young plays "Cinnamon Girl" on piano for one of the very few times in his long career. The shows also featured the live debuts of "Old Man" and "See the Sky About to Rain."
Live At The Cellar Door
2013 | November 30 | amazon.com
Live archive release from the veteran singer/songwriter, an album of unreleased live performances from late 1970. The album is the latest in Young's ongoing Archives Performance Series, and it collects recordings made during the Canadian singer/songwriter's intimate six-show solo stand at The Cellar Door, a venue in Washington D.C., between November 30th and December 2nd, 1970. Since the gigs were only a few months after his timeless third solo album, After The Gold Rush, was released and five of the thirteen tracks here are from that very record, including 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' and 'Don't Let It Bring You Down'. Also featured, is 'Cinnamon Girl' performed on piano rather than guitar, a handful of Buffalo Springfield songs, including 'Expecting To Fly' and 'Old Man' which wasn't released until two years later on 1972's Harvest album.
This title will be released on December 10, 2013.
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Crosby's new album now available for pre-order - Update
2013 | November 25 | amazon.com
Pre-order through amazon.com!
David Crosby's first studio album in over 20 years, a collection of 11 new tracks from one of America's most notable singer-songwriters and two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer.
Available on January 28, 2014 from Blue Castle records, Croz also features guest appearances from Wynton Marsalis, Mark Knopfler, Leland Sklar and Steve Tavaglione.
Local stars celebrate Crosby, Stills and Nash in EMP fete
2013 | November 22 | seattletimes.com
The finale at this year’s Experience Music Project Founders Award tribute to Crosby, Stills and Nash could not have been more predictable, but it was also appropriate — and magical. EMP’s annual Founders Award raises money for the museum’s youth programs, and each year Paul Allen handpicks a superstar act to honor at the big-ticket gala. Past honorees have included Carlos Santana, Buddy Guy and Ann and Nancy Wilson.
This year’s event Thursday night was the best Founders ceremony yet, perhaps because CSN’s folk rock sensibility fits so perfectly with the current crop of Seattle musicians who toasted them. Over two hours, a dozen local stars — along with visitors like Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jason Mraz and Shawn Colvin — played their favorite CSN songs. Usually tribute shows lag, but this one started great and got better.
The Head and the Heart seemed like a perfect fit early in the bill, and it was. Their take on “Simple Man” was sublime and drew rousing applause. Pete Droge and Elaine Summers did a moving “Our House” which ended, appropriately, with a photograph of their own home.
Sean Nelson chose to go deep for a Byrds’ song, “Everybody has Been Burned.” Backed by a crack house band (including guitar whiz Ian Moore) it had a biting energy. John Roderick took on “Southern Cross,” and pulled off the difficult vocal shifts.
But the musical highlight of the evening came with Brandi Carlile’s show-stopping performance of “Long Time Gone.” She sang it as if she were Janis Joplin mixed with Joni Mitchell, and it was just the right mix of rough and sweet.
It wasn’t just Carlile who made the song come alive — Stephen Stills came onstage to play guitar, and proved that he still has incredible chops. In his remarks, Paul Allen noted that EMP had been inspired by Jimi Hendrix, but “as an aspiring guitarist, I was pretty interested in Stephen’s playing. He’s a killer guitarist.” Allen is right.
Allen cited CSN’s harmony singing and songwriting, but also their ability to tackle political issues. Dan Rather had been at the event early on, as he’s profiling CSN for a television special. Krist Novoselic was also present, and played accordion in the lobby.
When Crosby, Stills and Nash finally took the stage themselves, Nash said, “I can’t tell you how special it is to hear musicians we respect doing songs we wrote.” All three members thanked the crowd, and Stills joked that winning awards was a sign they had gotten old.
In a fitting move, it was a group of young musicians — Vuga De, from EMP’s youth programs — who presented CSN their actual award. That was a perfect set up for the finale, which anyone who knew anything about CSN’s catalog could see coming.
The Founders Award celebration raises thousands of dollars that go to music education programs. If there’s an unofficial theme song to those efforts it must be CSN’s “Teach Your Children.” So on that classic, CSN was joined by a dozen Seattle musicians. It was a touching, and perfect way to end a special night.
Photo: Paul Allen, Stephen Stills, David Crosby and Graham Nash (l-r) at EMP’s Founders Award ceremony. (Brady Harvey).
Crosby's new album now available for pre-order
2013 | November 22 | @thedavidcrosby
This is a Tweet from David Crosby: "My new album 'CROZ' is available for pre-order from."
And… you can listen to a brand new song called "The Clearing."
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Crosby and Nash to be on new David Gilmour album
2013 | November 20 | jambands.com
Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour is reportedly working on an upcoming solo album. Graham Nash told vintage.tv program Needle Time that he’s about to head overseas with Crosby, Stills and Nash partner David Crosby to join Gilmour in the studio.
Nash and Crosby have a history with Gilmour, as both members appeared on the title track to Gilmour’s 2006 "On an Island." All three musicians contributed work to The Orb’s 2010 album, Metallic Spheres.
Be in the Audience - Mastertapes with David Crosby
2013 | November 18 | davidcrosby.com
David Crosby will be in London talking about his solo debut "If I Could Only Remember My Name," and his new solo album to be released in Jan 2014 for BBC R4.
Free tickets from here
Neil Young Confirms Carnegie Hall Dates
2013 | November 8 | rttnews.com
Neil Young has confirmed a string of dates at New York's famed Carnegie Hall early next year. The rock legend will appear at the venue on January 6, 7, 9 and 10, marking his only announced tour dates of 2014.
Despite Neil's wide open touring schedule next year, he was busy this fall with his annual Bridge School Benefit on Oct. 26, which streamed live via YouTube this year. Young was joined by Crosby, Stills & Nash, Arcade Fire, Queens of the Stone Age, My Morning Jacket, Jack Johnson, fun., Heart, Jenny Lewis, Elvis Costello and Diana Krall."
Neil came up with the acoustic format idea," Pegi Young, Neil's wife, told Rolling Stone of the long-running benefit. "It was genius. Nobody was doing that at the time. This is before MTV Unplugged or any of that. It keeps costs down, and it took artists outside their comfort zone. Looking back, that first concert was an exercise in simplicity compared to what it is these days."
David Crosby Reveals Details on Solo Tour and CSNY 1974 Live Package
2013 | November 7 | rollingstone.com
David Crosby knows that a solo tour isn't his best career move from a business perspective, but he's hitting the road anyway this January to support his upcoming LP Croz. "I'm not going to make any money from this tour," he says. "Not a dime. Busses are hideously expensive, so instead I'm going to do short residences in five cities, staying in each place for a few days where we can work in fine brush strokes and try to do nuances and the best work we can possibly do.
Crosby is convinced that the long-awaited box set from their 1974 reunion tour will finally come out. "It should come out in March or April, something like that," he says. "It got pushed back for good reason. We're gonna put a DVD with it. We have pieces from about eight separate shows."
There is a complete film of their tour-closing marathon show at London's Wembley Stadium, but don't expect that to make it onto the package. "Nope," says Crosby. "We were a little too jittery that night."
Neil Young to Release
2013 | October 23 | artistdirect.com
The Canadian singer and songwriting treasure will release Live at the Cellar Door, the latest in his Archives Performance Series, on November 26 on Reprise Records.
Here's the critical intel about the record.
The album collects recordings made during Young's intimate six-show solo stand at The Cellar Door in Washington D.C. between November 30 and December 2, 1970, a few months after Reprise released his classic third solo album After the Gold Rush in August.It's certainly a "must own" for collectors, classic rockers and Young fans.
Of the many unique gems found on Live at the Cellar Door, a rare solo version of "Cinnamon Girl" performed on piano rather than guitar is a particular treasure for Neil fans; the full band version appears on Young's 1969 second solo album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere.
Live at the Cellar Door features early, raw performances of songs that wouldn't appear until subsequent Young albums, including the rarity "Bad Fog off Loneliness" (which appears on Live at Massey Hall '71 - released in 2007-- but was previously unreleased until the studio band version was included on Archives Vol. 1 1963-1972) and "Old Man" (released two years later on 1972's Harvest album). "Down by the River," also from Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, rounds out the spectacular set.
As with Young's previous releases in the Archives series, Live at the Cellar Door will be released digitally, on CD, and on 180-gram vinyl.
Tell Me Why
Only Love Can Break Your Heart
After The Gold Rush
Expecting to Fly
Bad Fog of Loneliness
Don\'t Let It Bring You Down
See the Sky About to Rain
I Am a Child
Down by the River
Flying on the Ground Is Wrong
Will you nab this latest from Neil?
Stream the 2013 Bridge School Benefit
2013 | October 22 | rollingstone.com
Watching the Bridge School Benefit this Saturday won\'t require a trip to Mountain View, California. The first night of the all-acoustic show – featuring Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Arcade Fire, Queens of the Stone Age, My Morning Jacket, Jack Johnson, Fun., Heart, Jenny Lewis, Elvis Costello and Diana Krall – will be streamed live on the Internet. The show begins at 5:00 PM PST and you can watch it here.rnrnNeil Young and his wife Pegi held the first Bridge School Benefit in 1986 to raise money for a school that educates children with severe speech and physical impairments. With the exception of 1987, it\'s been held every year since then. It always boasts one of the most exciting bills of the year, with everyone from David Bowie and The Who to Guns N\' Roses and Metallica performing completely unplugged sets. rnrnYoung typically opens up the show by playing a couple of solo acoustic songs, and he always plays in the final set before leading an all-star finale. This year features the first performance of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young since they wrapped their Freedom of Speech tour in 2006. Young often performs with some of the other artists on the bill, too. Last year, he played \"Don\'t Let It Bring You Down\" with Guns N\' Roses.
Neil Young to be honoured during Grammy week
2013 | October 18 | wenn.com
Neil Young is set to be feted by officials at the Recording Academy Producers and Engineers Wing.
The revered musician will follow in the footsteps of previous honourees Jimmy Iovine and Quincy Jones in January, when he is celebrated for his "commitment to excellence and ongoing support for the art and craft of recorded music".
A statement from Recording Academy President/CEO Neil Portnow reads, "It is with great honour that we pay tribute to a musical icon who has been tireless in his own efforts to draw attention to the importance of hearing music as the artists who created it intended, and who has continually set precedents of excellence within the music community.
"The contributions of Neil Young are innumerable, as is his incomparable body of work, and we look forward to an unforgettable evening with this legendary artist."
The seventh annual ceremony will take place at Village Studios in Los Angeles in the week leading up to the 2014 Grammy Awards.
This will not be the first time Young has been feted by the Recording Academy - in 2010 he was named 2010 MusiCares Person of the Year and honoured with a tribute concert featuring performances by Elton John, Wilco and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Nash's Book "Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life" Out Today
2013 | September 17 | billboard.com
Graham Nash has just one concern about his frank and revealing autobiography Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life which publishes today. "The one person I was most worried about the reaction was (David) Crosby," Nash tells Billboard. He credits Crosby with "saving my life" by encouraging him to leave the Hollies in 1968 to work with Crosby and Stephen Stills, and "Wild Tales" doesn't pull any punches in talking about their friendship -- including Crosby's long and debilitating battle with drugs.
"I really didn't care to think about all the shit that Crosby put me through," Nash says. "You just have to deal with it and let it go. But it's all still in my mind, sharp as a needle. So I was concerned about what he thought, but he called me and said, 'I read it. Everything is true, everything you said is how it was. I did that. I did put you guys through all that madness.' So Crosby was totally fine with it, which pleased me. I care deeply about he thinks."Nash is equally open about other relationships in his life -- including with Stills, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Mama Cass Elliott and a father who was jailed for theft when Nash was young -- but he hopes that "Wild Tales'" tone doesn't come off as kiss-and-tell."I'm a positive man, and though there's some awful things that have happened to me and I had to talk about them, I don't want to piss anybody off anymore," Nash explains. "I just tried to put it in my voice, just tell people what the fuck happened to me."And when he finished, Nash adds, "I got to the end of the manuscript and I looked down and I thought, 'Fuck! I wish I was him. You know me; I don't look backwards. I don't rest on my laurels. I don't give a shit about stuff I did 30 years ago. What's the point? But in looking back over my life in one piece, it was stunning to even me what I've done in my life. And, you know, there's a thousand more stories. I didn't want a 700-page book, y'know? So I had to leave a lot of stuff out."So "Wild Tales, Vol. 2?" "From your mouth to God's ear," Nash says with a chuckle.Meanwhile, the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is moving forward on a number of other creative fronts. He's in the midst of a solo tour and also has photographic exhibitions opening in London, New Jersey and Boston. He has 36 new songs written and hopes to make a new Crosby, Stills & Nash album happen soon, although he notes that "we simply don't have time to get in the fucking studio!" The trio will reunite with Young, however, for the 27th annual Bridge School Benefit concerts on Oct. 26-27 in Mountain View, Calif., which Nash hopes will lead to something even more extensive."It's not been spoken, but it's certainly in the air," he says. "When Neil goes, 'Hey Willy, you guys want to do the Bridge?,' I know what he means. He wants to hear us. He wants to know if we're singing good. Why? Just for the six songs at the Bridge? No, I think Neil is thinking (about) next year -- but that's only my opinion."
Graham Nash Hints At the Possibility Of A CSNY Reunion Tour
2013 | September 10 | pastemagazine.com
Graham Nash’s upcoming solo tour and memoir release, The Hollies founder and one quarter of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young hinted that a CSNY reunion tour could be in the works.
The supergroup already confirmed that they’ll be reuniting for the first time in over seven years at a benefit for Neil Young’s Bridge School in Mountain View, Calif. on Oct. 26 and 27. A subsequent 2014 tour has been rumored, but Nash’s comments confirm just how real the possibility of a number 40th anniversary dates next year could be.
“Neil called me a few weeks ago and asked if CSN would be willing to do a benefit concert with him for the Bridge School in October,” Nash told WSJ. “Neil doesn’t like wasting words. When he asks about us playing together, he’s really saying: ‘Come on up here and let’s see how we sound. Maybe we can do something later.’ If it feels good when we play as a group, I’m sure it will be the four of us next year.”
Nash and Young seem to be game, but David Crosby might be the most enthusiastic of the quartet in regard to the prospect of putting together one last tour. In June, he closed a piece he wrote for WSJ by figuring that he probably has 10 years left to live and that his dream would be for one final tour with CSNY. “From there, I’d be fine,” he wrote. “I’d be able to sail. I’d live. And I’d be happy.”
27th Annual Bridge School Benefit - CSN&Y LIVE!
2013 | September 6 | csny.com
Live Nation is proud to announce the lineup and ticket information for the 27th annual Bridge School Benefit Concerts at Shoreline Amphitheatre. This year's concerts will take place onSaturday, October 26th and Sunday, October 27th at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA.
Featured performers include: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Queens of the Stone Age, My Morning Jacket, The Killers (Saturday only), Elvis Costello, Diana Krall, Fun, Heart, Jenny Lewis and special guests
Tickets for the 27th annual Bridge School Benefit concerts go on sale Friday, September 13th at 10am at Livenation.com, the Shoreline Amphitheatre box office, all Ticketmaster outlets, or by calling (800) 745-3000. Tickets are $150 and $75 for reserved seats and $35 for general admission lawn plus applicable charges. There are a limited number of general admission lawn 4-packs available for only $99 plus charges.
Neil Young’s Pono Audio To Launch Next Year
2013 | September 5 | stereogum.com
until Young releases it to really get an idea. In his words:
"Are you sick of over-compressed MP3s, but not willing to climb FLAC Mountain? Well, Neil Young may have something even better planned for next year. Young’s PONO Audio is finally launching in early 2014, according to a post on the company’s Facebook page. According to Young, this is the best possible format because PONO restores the sound to the way it was in the studio. Obviously, words can be limiting in describing how something actually sounds so we’ll have to wait Hearing PONO for the first time is like that first blast of daylight when you leave a movie theater on a sun-filled day. It takes you a second to adjust. Then you enter a bright reality, of wonderfully rendered detail.
This music moves you. So you can feel. That’s why so many musicians are behind PonoMusic – this is important work that honors their art. This is the way they wanted you to hear their music.
Sounds exciting, and barring any delays we’ll get to hear how PONO sounds relatively soon. Now let’s just hope that Young’s million dollar electric car breaking down in the desert last week wasn’t some sort of omen for what’s to come.
Today Can't Get Enough: The Rides Hits Shelves
2013 | August 27 | 4waysite.com
Today Can't Get Enough: The Rides hits shelves. Two time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stephen Stills and five-time Grammy nominated guitarist, songwriter and singer Kenny Wayne Shepherd may be separated by a musical generation, but they are bonded by a mutual love of the blues.
When they joined forces with famed Chicago rock/blues keyboardist Barry Goldberg and formed The Rides, their extraordinary collective histories proved to be unparalleled - blazing a 21st Century trail for the historical American art form.
Launching an exciting new chapter in each of their storied careers, the trio's new band is further powered by the explosive rhythm section of bassist Kevin McCormick and Shepherd's longtime drummer Chris Layton (also a veteran of the legendary Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble)
Neil Young and Crazy Horse Cancel Four-City North American Tour
2013 | August 19 | rollingstone.com
Neil Young and Crazy Horse have cancelled their upcoming four-city North American tour due to an injury to guitarist Frank "Poncho" Sampedro's hand. "[His] doctor has indicated that Sampedro's hand requires additional time to heal properly," says a press release. The band canceled the final seven dates of their summer European tour earlier this month due to the injury.
"We are sorry for any inconvenience this causes to our fans or the festivals where we were scheduled to appear," the band has said in a statement. "As you must be, we too are disappointed at this unfortunate turn of events."
"This Could Be You: Photographs & Paintings by Graham Nash"
2013 | August 10 | wkrg.com
"This Could Be You: Photographs & Paintings by Graham Nash" will debut at San Francisco Art Exchange August 24th thru the end of September. Graham Nash will make an artist appearance to sign purchased artwork at a gallery invitation-only reception on August 24th beginning at 7:00 PM. Press is invited to attend the exclusive event. San Francisco Art Exchange is located in Union Square at 458 Geary Street between Mason and Taylor.
Graham Nash has helped shape the world around him through ideas, innovations, and influential works of art for more than four decades. As a founding member of The Hollies, and Crosby, Stills & Nash - a band that has been called the "voice of a generation," Graham Nash has made his indelible mark as a music legend. His artistic creativity is vibrantly fluid alongside his accomplished career as a musician. He is also an internationally renowned photographer and digital imaging pioneer. The exhibition offers fans a rare treat to experience Graham Nash's transcendent photography and artwork.
Nash's artwork incorporates numerous techniques and styles, many of them a natural evolution of his experimentation with and long-time love of photography. Two of the new paintings, which will debut at this exhibition are "Blue Boat" and "Dave Mason." Both of those pieces started as photographs taken by Nash and evolved into dynamic pieces of artwork. Both of the paintings are ink and acrylic on canvas, with subject matter as diverse as the artist.
"I am honored that Graham has chosen to work with San Francisco Art Exchange to launch this show this month," Theron Kabrich, owner, said. "We look forward to this being the beginning of a long and successful relationship. He is surely a talent of many dimensions as his music has always shown and as this exhibition will attest. Added to my enthusiasm in working with him, however, is my admiration of his humanitarian commitments to investing his energy into the things that matter in life on a grand scale."
Nash's exquisite photography and artwork is innovative, lyrical, and majestic. His work spans decades and inhabits many creative worlds, extending well beyond rock n' roll. He incorporates progressive techniques to embolden the work, making his visual aesthetic lushly multi- dimensional.
Neil Young And Crazy Horse Cancel European Tour
2013 | August 9 | bbc.co.uk
Liverpool and London on 18 and 19 August.The other gigs affected are Pukkelpop festival in Belgium as well as gigs in Norway, Denmark and Germany.
A statement on Young's website said: "Due to an accident involving Crazy Horse, the remaining dates on the Neil Young and Crazy Horse tour of Europe and the British Isles have been cancelled.
"Neil Young and Crazy Horse have cancelled the remaining dates on their European tour following an accident. The band apologized to fans, saying they were "disappointed" to have to call off their upcoming dates. Although they gave no explanation, Rolling Stone magazine quoted sources as saying guitarist Frank Poncho Sampedro had broken his hand.
Young was due to perform two UK concerts with Crazy Horse in We are sorry for any inconvenience this causes to our fans or the festivals where we were scheduled to appear. As you must be, we too are disappointed at this unfortunate turn of events."
Rolling Stone reported a "source close to the Young camp" who said Sampedro, 64, had suffered "a mild fracture.
"He's expected to make a complete recovery in time for the North American tour," they added.
Sampedro, who recently had an operation on his thumb, previously told Rolling Stone that the current Crazy Horse tour could be their last. "Our shows are physical," says Poncho. "It takes a lot of energy to play that much. "You can't fool time. You can't count on this happening again in five years."
Young and Crazy Horse released two albums last year - Americana and Psychedelic Pill.
They last visited the UK in June to play five dates, marking Young's first UK gigs with the Crazy Horse line-up of Sampedro, Billy Talbot and Ralph Molina since 2001.
Fans with tickets to the cancelled shows have been asked to contact their point of purchase for a refund.
Graham Nash Announces East Coast U.S. Tour This September
2013 | July 12 | grahamnash.com
Graham Nash will perform a series of “An Evening With” concerts in the eastern United States this September, during a break in Crosby, Stills & Nash’s 2013 tour (which ends in the UK in October). Pre-sale tickets will be available through grahamnash.com beginning June 12 at 10 am local venue time, with some public on sales starting this weekend.
The solo tour kicks off on September 11 at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts in Burlington, VT, and concludes September 29 at the Tarrytown Music Hall in Tarrytown, NY. Highlights also include shows at the Birchmere in Alexandria, VA, the Wilbur Theatre in Boston, MA, and multiple nights at City Winery in New York City.
Graham Nash will be performing as a trio, accompanied by James Raymond (keyboards) and Shane Fontayne (guitar)—who are also part of CSN’s touring band. “The chance to play my songs with two such great musicians is thrilling to me,” says Nash. “I don't do this often and I'm so looking forward to the tour. A splendid time is guaranteed for all . . .”
An Evening with Graham Nash tour dates:
9/11/13 Flynn Center for the Performing Arts - Burlington, VT
9/12/13 R I Center for the Performing Arts / Park Theatre - Cranston, RI
9/14/13 Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead - Munhall, PA
9/15/13 Birchmere - Alexandria, VA
9/18/13 Wilbur Theatre - Boston, MA
9/19/13 Shubert Theater - New Haven, CT
9/21/13 Golden Nugget - Atlantic City, NJ
9/22/13 Theatre at Westbury - Westbury, NY
9/24/13 City Winery - New York, NY
9/25/13 City Winery - New York, NY
9/28/13 Grand Opera House - Wilmington, DE
9/29/13 Tarrytown Music Hall - Tarrytown, NY
Graham Nash performs at Lesley University commencement
2013 | May 19 | lesley.edu
Honorary degree recipients Graham Nash and David McCullough addressed the 468 new graduates of Lesley’s College of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies and the Art Institute of Boston this afternoon at the Bank of America Pavilion on the Boston waterfront.
Graham Nash, introduced by Art Institute of Boston faculty member Christoper James with a heartfelt "Rock on!," began by congratulating the graduates and the Art Institute of Boston, which has been "making art important in people's lives" for over 100 years. When he was growing up in a coastal town of England, many of his friends' parents wanted their children to work in the mine or the mill. His, Nash said, "encouraged me to become a musician, because they knew that was where my heart was."
"I don't give advice, but if I was asked," he said, eliciting smiles from the audience, "you have to find your passion. You have to find something that fills your heart with joy, makes you wake up every morning with a smile. You have to find your passion."
The Rides will embark on a world tour beginning in September
2013 | May 9 | jambands.com
Stephen Stills, guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Electric Flag keyboardist Barry Goldberg have formed the new all-star blues-rock group The Rides. The multi-generational outfit’s debut album, Can’t Get Enough, is set for CD, digital, and vinyl release August 27 on 429 Records. Featuring four co-written originals, a handful of covers, and a vintage, previously unrecorded Stills number, Can’t Get Enough was inspired by—and is an homage to—the now-classic 1968 album Super Session. That album featured Stills on guitar on one side, and the late Mike Bloomfield (Bloomfield founded Electric Flag with Goldberg, who also played on Super Session alongside Blood, Sweat & Tears keyboardist Al Kooper).
The Rides will embark on a world tour beginning in September.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 1974 Live Album Put Off Until Next Year
2013 | May 1 | vintagevinylnews.com
Add the upcoming 1974 live album by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young to the long list of CSN projects that will be out "someday."
Scheduled for August 27, the document of the groups 1974 tour is now pushed out until 2014. Graham Nash told ABC Radio News that there are two reasons for the delay.
"We were gonna bring it out in August, but next year is the 40th anniversary of the tour, and so I'm gonna wait for spring of next year.
"You gotta understand, our shows were three or four hours long and there are four of us and we were all writing like crazy. I just found a one-minute, 10-second song of Neil Young's about Richard Nixon that I can't leave off. It's brilliant…So, my point is, I'm still forming and shaping the album."
For those disappointed by the delay, know that the wait may be worth it as the release should contain around 38 songs.
Photo: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young perform in London, England. Michael Putland/Getty Images
Stephen Stills and Kenny Wayne Shepherd will release blues/rock album - Update
2013 | April 23 | 4waysite.com
The Stephen Stills - Kenny Wayne Shepherd collaboration is now called The Rides. Barry Goldberg (piano player) has been added to the mix and they are now a band.
The album title remains the same, but has been pushed back to a July 28 street date -- no reason given.
Here is video promo link:
CSNY To Release Long-Awaited 1974 Live Album In August
2013 | April 17 | rollingstone.com
After years of work, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young are finally gearing up to release a live album from their 1974 reunion tour. "It's going to come out August 27th," Graham Nash tells Rolling Stone. "It's going to fuckin' stun people. We only multi-tracked eight or nine shows from the tour, and we've chosen the best from those gigs. We've had to do a little tuning, but not that much . . . But the spirit of the band! If I take myself out the band and look at it, it was a fuckin' great band.
David Crosby shares his bandmate's excitement. "I am one of the most egotistical people on this planet," he says with a laugh. "But the legend looms larger! You have to remember that in 1974, the Beatles were over and the Stones were playing a completely different kind of music. When I hear this shit, I think, for a moment we were probably the best band. It's startlingly good."
Photo: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young perform in London, England. Michael Putland/Getty Images
Stephen Stills And Kenny Wayne Shepherd Will Release Blues/Rock Album
2013 | April 10 | directcurrentmusic.com
Stephen Stills and Kenny Wayne Shepherd will release their collaborative blues/rock album Can't Get Enough on May 28 via 429 Records. In what's being billed as an homage to the original 1968 Super Session album featuring Stills, Al Kooper and guitarist Mike Bloomfield, the new project will also feature contributions from Barry Goldberg, the legendary keyboardist who played on the original Super Session album. Can't Get Enough was recorded last November. “I have just completed recording a new album with friends Stephen Stills and Barry Goldberg," Shepherd alerted fans last fall. "This album will feature several news songs written by Stephen, Barry and myself.”
Thrasher's Wheat Radio Goes To Europe... Maybe?
2013 | April 9 | thrasherswheat.org
Thrasher's Wheat and WBKM.org would like to provide live radio coverage of this summer's Neil Young & Crazy Horse World Tour leg in Europe. The aim is to broadcast live from venues around Europe with fan interviews before the concert and instant reactions and reviews afterwards. NYAS members, Rusties and Zumans, come be a part of the show!
This is something that hasn’t been done before and it would be historic if it can be pulled off!
CSN Return To Uk For October Tour
2013 | March 21 | stereoboard.com
On the heels of their acclaimed 2012 year-long world tour, Crosby, Stills & Nash are touring again this year. The group’s 2013 itinerary begins with shows in the US before a return to Europe and the UK later this year.
The group’s 2013 tour dates build on the momentum and excitement of CSN’s 2012 tour, and features the same backing band: Todd Caldwell (organ), Shane Fontayne (guitar), Steve DiStanislao (drums), Kevin McCormick (bass), and James Raymond (keyboards).
Graham Nash: Life on the Road
2013 | March 17 | proud.co.uk
Proud Camden is pleased to present Graham Nash: Life on the Road; a collection of rock ‘n’ roll portraits taken by musician, photographer and political activist Graham Nash. Including images of his musical muses, acquaintances and closest collaborators, this intimate series features Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, David Crosby and other 70s greats.
While best known as a founding member of ‘The Hollies’ and later ‘Crosby, Stills and Nash’; Nash also developed a parallel career as a photographer, collector, and pioneer of digital imaging alongside his music and has produced three photography publications of his own and other’s work.
Shot between 1969 and 2003, this exhibition of Nash’s photographs includes revealing portraits of family and friends, images of life on the road, still lifes and landscapes, street photographs, and a unique series of self-portraits.
Nash has said of photography: “I sense the very same energy in photography that I find in music. Through these rock ’n’ roll photos we are conveying what is so difficult to put intos words: how the spirit of rock ’n’ roll is mainly an attitude; an attitude of ‘get out of my way, I have something to say here.’ Whether you’re a country singer, a pop, rock, blues, or gospel singer, it makes little difference to the unceasing eye of the camera.”Proud Camden is thrilled to host Nash’s candid and often striking collection. See Neil Young driving into a distant landscape, Joni Mitchell lost in rapture to a melody and the photographer himself in various experimental self-portraits. The ultimate visual experience for Graham Nash fans.Dates: 3rd April 2012 – 19th May 2013
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Exibition information: email@example.com
Interview: upon requestPhoto by Graham Nash
CSN To Join All-Star Concert For Autism Speaks
2013 | March 13 | looktothestars.org
Kristen and Stephen Stills are hosting the Light Up The Blues Concert—An Evening of Music to Benefit Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization. The fundraiser, emceed by Jack Black, is set for Club Nokia in Los Angeles on Saturday, April 13 at 7:30 PM.
An all-star line-up of performers includes: Crosby, Stills and Nash (CSN),Ryan Adams, Rickie Lee Jones, Lucinda Williams, Don Felder, Chris Stills, The Miracle Project Fly Singers, plus surprise guests. Actors Amy Brenneman, Max Burkholder, David Marciano, and Michael Chiklis will also be part of the program.
CSN To Debut Four New Songs On Tour
2013 | March 10 | noise11.com
David Crosby has revealed that he and Graham Nash have four brand new, never heard before songs to perform on the upcoming Crosby, Stills & Nash tour.
In a Twitter post, Crosby said, “Nash and I have 4 new songs to do in upcoming CSN touring ….BRAND NEW…..Stills says he has new stuff too……yeehaw”.
Homage Legendary Super Session
2013 | March 11 | imwan.com
From a chance meeting at a Super Bowl jam session, Stephen Stills invited Kenny Wayne Shepherd to join him for an homage to his legendary Super Session album. What resulted was a year-long recording project produced by famed Talking Heads producer, Jerry Harrison. Can't Get Enough is the album that merged the talents of the greatest songwriter of the 20th century with arguably the best blues guitar player of his generation.
The album is due May 28.
Set list:1. Word Game
2. Talk To Me Baby
3. Only Teardrops Fall
4. Search And Destroy
5. Can't Get Enough Of Lovin' You
6. That's A Pretty Good Love
7. Mississippi Road House
8. Honey Bee
9. Don't Want Lies
10. Rockin' In The Free World
Neil Young & Crazy Horse Open Australian Tour At Perth Arena
2013 | March 3 | perthnow.com.au
Like a lesson in how it should be done, the inimitable Neil Young kicked off his first Australian headlining tour in a decade with a predictably loud and free-wheeling show at Perth Arena last night.
Backed by Crazy Horse, his on again off again band of more than four decades, the 67-year-old rocker delivered a blistering set peppered with classics and songs from his excellent 2012 album Psychedelic Pill.
Set list via Bad News Beat.
1. Love And Only Love
3. Born In Ontario
4. Walk Like A Giant
5. Hole In The Sky*
6. Heart Of Gold
7. Twisted Road
8. Singer Without A Song
9. Ramada Inn
10. F*!#in' Up
11. Cinnamon Girl
12. Mr. Soul
13. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
14. Roll Another NumberCheck out the Tours section for the dates.Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper, source News Limited
CSN To Join Fund-Raiser For Jazz At Lincoln Center
2013 | January 28 | nytimes.com
Crosby, Stills and Nash will perform with Wynton Marsalis and his orchestra in May to raise money for Jazz at Lincoln Center, continuing that nonprofit group’s strategy of joining with pop and rock musicians to generate financial support for jazz.
The famous folk-rock trio will perform two shows with the Jazz at Lincoln Center orchestra at the Rose Theater, one on May 1 for the institute’s annual fund-raising gala and a second performance for the general public on May 3. Called “The Crosby, Stills & Nash Songbook,” the program will consist of hits from the band’s catalog arranged by Mr. Marsalis and other members of the orchestra.
Check out the Tours section for more dates.
Stephen Stills Returned To Sunset Strip - Update
2013 | January 19 | thesunsetstrip.com
Influential musician and singer/songwriter Stephen Stills returned to his Sunset Strip roots to sign a Gibson GuitarTown art guitar celebrating the music and influence of Buffalo Springfield. Stills wrote one of the band's biggest hits, "For What It's Worth," which became an anthem for the 1960s counterculture movement and remains an important and influential song today.
Buffalo Springfield formed on The Sunset Strip in 1967 and was comprised of Stills, Neil Young, Richie Furay, Doug Hastings, Bruce Palmer, Dewey Palmer and Jim Messina. While the band was only active for just over two years, they produced three influential and important albums during this time and became one of the most influential American folk-rock bands, shaping the California rock sound.
The art guitar was created by local Los Angeles artist Juliana Martinez and features mosaic tile with symbols that are tied to the band and the song, "For What It's Worth.""I tried to include identifiable images on the guitar," noted Martinez. "The peace flag speaks for itself, but there are also maple leaves on a white background, in homage to Canadian Neil Young. There is a large bluebird, the name of one of their hits. The flower border can also be found around the perimeter of their second album, Buffalo Springfield Again."The Buffalo Springfield-inspired "For What It's Worth" guitar is currently on display on The Sunset Strip's 'west entrance', near BOA Steakhouse. This guitar, along with all other 2012 GuitarTown on The Sunset Strip guitars, will be auction for charity next month.Note from 4WaySite: It should be Dewey Martin and not Dewey Palmer. (Thanks Jim!)
Unconfirmed Track List Stephen Stills Box Set
2013 | January 17 | stephenstills.proboards.com
Herewith the unconfirmed track list for the Stephen Stills box set:
1. "Travelin'" – Stephen Stills*
2. "High Flyin' Bird" – The Au Go Go Singers
3. "Sit Down I Think I Love You" – Buffalo Springfield
4. "Go And Say Goodbye" – Buffalo Springfield
5. "For What It's Worth" – Buffalo Springfield
6. "Everydays" – Buffalo Springfield*
7. "Pretty Girl Why" – Buffalo Springfield
8. "Bluebird" – Buffalo Springfield.
9. "Rock 'n' Roll Woman" – Buffalo Springfield
10. "Special Care" – Buffalo Springfield
11. "Questions" – Buffalo Springfield
12. "Uno Mundo" – Buffalo Springfield
13. "Four Days Gone" – Buffalo Springfield
14. "Who Ran Away?" – Stephen Stills*
15. "Forty-Nine Reasons" – Stephen Stills*
16. "Helplessly Hoping" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
17. "You Don't Have To Cry" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
18. "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
19. "4+20" – Stephen Stills*
20. "So Begins The Task" – Stephen Stills*
21. "The Lee Shore" – Stephen Stills*
22. "Carry On/Questions" – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
23. "Woodstock" – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
1. "Love The One You're With" – Stephen Stills
2. "Old Times Good Times" – Stephen Stills
3. "Black Queen" – Stephen Stills
4. "No-Name Jam" – Stephen Stills & Jimi Hendrix*
5. "Go Back Home" – Stephen Stills
6. "Marianne" – Stephen Stills
7. "My Love Is A Gentle Thing" – Stephen Stills
8. "Fishes And Scorpions" – Stephen Stills
9. "The Treasure" – Stephen Stills*
10. "To A Flame" – Stephen Stills*
11. "Cherokee" – Stephen Stills
12. "Song Of Love" – Stephen Stills
13. "Rock 'n' Roll Crazies/Cuban Bluegrass" – Stephen Stills
14. "Jet Set (Sigh)" – Stephen Stills
15. "It Doesn't Matter" – Stephen Stills
16. "Colorado" – Stephen Stills17. "Johnny's Garden" – Stephen Stills
18. "Change Partners" – Stephen Stills*
19. "Do For Others" – Stephen Stills and Steve Fromholz*
20. "Find The Cost Of Freedom" – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young*
21. "Little Miss Bright Eyes" – Stephen Stills*
22. "Isn't It About Time" – Stephen StillsDisc Three
1. "Turn Back The Pages" – Stephen Stills
2. "First Things First" – Stephen Stills*
3. "My Angel" – Stephen Stills*
4. "Love Story" – Stephen Stills
5. "As I Come Of Age" – Stephen Stills
6. "Know You Got To Run" – Stephen Stills*
7. "Black Coral" – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young*
8. "I Give You Give Blind" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
9. "Crossroads/You Can't Catch Me" – Stephen Stills*
10. "See The Changes" – Crosby, Stills & Nash*
11. "Thoroughfare Gap" – Stephen Stills
12. "Lowdown" – Stephen Stills
13. "Cuba Al Fin" (edit) – Stephen Stills
14. "Dear Mr. Fantasy" – Stephen Stills & Graham Nash
15. "Spanish Suite" – Stephen Stills
16. "Feel Your Love" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
17. "Raise A Voice" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
18. "Daylight Again" – Crosby, Stills & NashDisc Four
1. "Southern Cross" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
2. "Dark Star" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
3. "Turn Your Back On Love" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
4. "War Games" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
5. "50/50" – Stephen Stills
6. "Welfare Blues" – Stephen Stills*
7. "Church (Part Of Someone)" – Stephen Stills*
8. "I Don't Get It" – Stephen Stills
9. "Isn't It So" – Stephen Stills
10. "Haven't We Lost Enough?" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
11. "Ballad Of Hollis Brown" – Stephen Stills
12. "Treetop Flyer" – Stephen Stills
13. "Heart's Gate" – Stephen Stills
14. "Girl From The North Country" – Crosby, Stills & Nash*
15. "Feed The People" – Stephen Stills
16. "Panama" – Crosby, Stills & Nash
17. "No Tears Left" – Crosby, Stills & Nash*
18. "Ole Man Trouble" – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young*
19. "Ain't It Always" – Stephen StillsThe Box Set will be released on February 26, 2013.
Crosby, Stills and Nash Announce 2013 U.S. Tour Dates
2013 | January 9 | crosbystillsnash.com
As was to be expected, CSN announce US tour dates and additional European dates to be added soon.
Check out the Tours section.
Stephen Stills' Box Set For preorder
2013 | January 7 | amazon.com
Though very light on any detail, a set entitled Carry On by Stephen Stills from Rhino is up for preorder on Amazon for release Feb 12th. A couple of reliable sources, say Amazon's date may be a few weeks on the optimistic side.
The price would be $53.74.
(Virtual front cover)
Neil Young Tops First UK Record Store Chart of 2013
2013 | January 7 | live4ever.uk.com
Neil Young & Crazy Horse‘s Psychedelic Pill album has jumped fourteen places to top the first UK Record Store Chart of 2013.
UK Record Store Album Chart, Top 20:
1/ Neil Young & Crazy Horse – ‘Psychedelic Pill’
2/ Jake Bugg – ‘Jake Bugg’
3/ Mumford & Sons – ‘Babel’
4/ Emeli Sande – ‘Our Version Of Events’
5/ Grimes – ‘Visions’
6/ Led Zeppelin – ‘Celebration Day’
7/ Neil Diamond – ‘The Very Best Of’
8/ Tame Impala – ‘Lonerism’
9/ Goat – ‘World Music’
10/ Paloma Faith – ‘Fall To Grace’
11/ Django Django – ‘Django Django’
12/ Lana Del Rey – ‘Born To Die’
13/ Fun – ‘Some Nights’
14/ Ben Howard – ‘Every Kingdom’
15/ Alt-J – ‘An Awesome Wave’
16/ Labrinth – ‘Electronic Earth’
17/ The Vaccines – ‘The Vaccines Come Of Age’
18/ One Direction – ‘Take Me Home’
19/ Rita Ora – ‘Ora’
20/ Ed Sheeran – ‘+’