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Crosby Stills and Nash captured one of rock’s best supergroups at the peak of its powers

Crosby Stills and Nash captured one of rock’s best supergroups at the peak of its powers

Released on May 29, 1969, ‘Crosby Stills and Nash’ brought together guys whose average work shames most rock composers. Then they upped the ante.

David Gilmour’s On An Island was un-extravagant, mesmerizing

David Gilmour’s On An Island was un-extravagant, mesmerizing

Released March 6, 2006, David Gilmour’s ‘On An Island’ reconnected with an early Pink Floyd sound — and gave us a road map to ‘The Endless River.’

Graham Nash sorts through CSNY’s brilliant, fractured legacy: ‘Like juggling four bottles of nitroglycerin’

Graham Nash sorts through CSNY’s brilliant, fractured legacy: ‘Like juggling four bottles of nitroglycerin’

Graham Nash frames Crosby Stills Nash and Young’s ups and downs, their reunions and splits, their huge hits and weird failures.

Graham Nash, “Simple Man” (1971): Forgotten Series

Graham Nash, “Simple Man” (1971): Forgotten Series

Graham Nash doesn’t dilute “Simple Man” with wish-fulfillment fantasies. There’s just this: a heart that longs for what’s been lost.

Graham Nash still cautiously optimistic about Crosby Stills Nash and Young reunion: ‘Let’s see what happens’

Graham Nash still cautiously optimistic about Crosby Stills Nash and Young reunion: ‘Let’s see what happens’

Graham Nash argues that a partnership like Crosby Stills Nash and Young’s is bigger than David Crosby’s “inappropriate” remarks.

‘You just want to get the job done’: Graham Nash talks frankly about Crosby Stills Nash and Young’s squabbles

‘You just want to get the job done’: Graham Nash talks frankly about Crosby Stills Nash and Young’s squabbles

David Crosby wasn’t the only one who derailed this group over the years.

‘F**k polish’: Graham Nash on Crosby Stills and Nash’s lingering rebel spirit

‘F**k polish’: Graham Nash on Crosby Stills and Nash’s lingering rebel spirit

Don’t be surprised if there are, well, a few surprises at their shows.

‘David invited him to do stadiums with us!’: Graham Nash on touring as Crosby, Stills Nash and … Fallon?

‘David invited him to do stadiums with us!’: Graham Nash on touring as Crosby, Stills Nash and … Fallon?

Fallon would work, he jokes, because “nobody would know he wasn’t Neil.”

‘I was very reluctant’: Don Felder on how Graham Nash talked him into the Eagles

‘I was very reluctant’: Don Felder on how Graham Nash talked him into the Eagles

Back in 1973, Don Felder was perfectly content right where he was – working as a sideman.

‘Guess what?’: A peek inside the sessions for a new solo album by Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour

The guitarist’s last studio project was 2006’s ‘On an Island.’

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