In 2013 Stills formed a new band — the Rides — who released their debut album and played several dates across the country. He also reunited with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young for two shows at Young’s annual Bridge School Benefit concerts.
Neil Young (and his team) put together a solid lineup of classic rock icons, indie rockers, chart toppers and a jazz singer for this years’s Bridge School Benefit concert. The artists on bill all seemed enthused to be sharing the stage with Young, and judging by his on-stage visits, the feeling was mutual.
Crosby, Stills and Nash are planning to jazz things up – literally – at an upcoming event. The trio will collaborate with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra for “The Crosby Stills […]
Fellow musician – and a man who has dealt with demons of his own – David Crosby paid his respects to the former Grateful Dead frontman and guitarist by penning a poem in his memory, titled “Cause I’m Missing Jerry Tonight.”
This week on the Billboard 200 album chart, John Mayer scores a very respectable No. 1 with 219,478 copies sold of his Born and Raised, the guitarist’s attempt at a record with a 1970s Laurel […]
We’ve always been curious as to what Santa does during his time off. Well, after making a cameo at Rabbi Schwartz’s Rosh Hashana services yesterday morning, he flew out to London to work on his […]
At this point in his career, you’d think [lastfm]Neil Young[/lastfm] would be busy blabbing about whatever his latest project is, but he doesn’t need to. Friend and former band member [lastfm]David Crosby[/lastfm] has revealed that […]