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    BLUE CASTLE RECORDS RELEASES
    Graham Nash - Almost Gone Graham Nash - Almost Gone Crosby & Nash Live in Concert - DVD David Crosby - Don't Dig Here Crosby & Nash - Another Stoney Evening

     

    NEWS: "CROZ"

     

    David Crosby Announces Limited Edition 10" Vinyl And Digital Deluxe Version Of Croz, His First Studio Album In Over 20 Years.

    Legendary singer-songwriter David Crosby is pleased to announce two new releases just in time for the holidays. The first, a limited edition 10" vinyl, will be released on November 17 in the U.S., November 24 in the U.K., and December 1 worldwide. In addition, a digital deluxe version of CROZ, his first studio album in over 20 years, will be released worldwide on November 24. The album debuted at #36 on the Billboard 200 chart earlier this year, and was followed by a sold out U.S. tour.

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  • David Crosby's first studio solo album in 20 years, "CROZ" is available in high quality 180-gram vinyl


    "CROZ" on vinyl is a two-album set featuring 11 new originals and guest appearances by Wynton Marsails, Mark Knopfler, Leland Sklar and Steve Tavaglione plus audiophile bonus: “What’s Broken” and “The Clearing” at 45 RPM.

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  • REVIEWS: "CROZ"

     

    Croz is an old-fashioned record: a hymn to times gone by in a certain part of Los Angeles. The style is soft, and mostly acoustic, rock, carried by Crosby's lovely voice
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  • 8.0 |   The Observer

    Arrangements full of blocky piano chords and big string bass which, with Crosby's much-envied harmonies, create a pleasant fug
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  • 8.0 |   The Arts Desk

    The feel of this being a permanent landmark in Crosby's catalogue is reinforced by where music is now. Crosby is central to the DNA of Fleet Foxes and Jonathan Wilson
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  • 8.0 |   Uncut

    The tone is chastened, the writing acute.

  • 7.0 |   All Music

    He's aware he's building upon a past he sometimes pines for, yet he's restless enough to forage ahead into new territory
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  • 6.0 |   Drowned In Sound

    Anyone expecting a Bowie-esque return to centre stage or a fiery riposte in the style of Neil Young will be disappointed
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  • 6.0 |   music OMH

    Perhaps it's best summed up in four simple words -- one for the purists
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  • 6.0 |   The Independent

    Croz finds his fire undimmed, and his freak flag still proudly flying, if slightly tattered
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  • Album Review: The Independent

     

    David Crosby "Croz" (Blue Castle)

    It's been 20 years since David Crosby's last solo offering, but Croz finds his fire undimmed, and his freak flag still proudly flying, if slightly tattered. He's always been an unconventional songwriter, a reputation he confirms by using the phrase "cognitive dissonance" in "Time I Have", a song about how he doesn't want to waste his remaining years in fear or anger. The setting is typical of the album, with elegant curlicues of lead guitar against an amorphous backdrop of fretless bass, 12-string guitar and keyboard colouration. Themes and treatments echo earlier works: "Set That Baggage Down" is about putting old demons of addiction behind him, "Radio" employs another of his favourite sailing metaphors, and the guitar arrangement to "If She Called" echoes "Guinnevere", for a song about prostitution.

     


    Album Review: The Guardian

    David Crosby "Croz" (Blue Castle)

    Recorded at his son's home studio, David Crosby's first solo studio album in two decades has a pleasingly jazzy feel, the arrangements full of blocky piano chords and big string bass which, with Crosby's much-envied harmonies, create a pleasant fug. Tracks such as What's Broken (which has fluid guitar from Mark Knopfler) have heavy hints of west coast AOR, a sound that in his leftfield way Crosby did much to create; the six-minute Dangerous Night adds a hip-hoppish beat to the mix. Standouts? The folky/eastern The Clearing plays with time and key signatures before a nice squelchy synth line kicks in, while Radio has a catchy chorus and shuffling drums. If She Called is like a sparse, seedy counterpart to Guinnevere, and Morning Falling, with its subdued beats and high vocals, sounds almost like latter-day Radiohead. Hymn to non-attachment Set That Baggage Down, with its jangling electric guitar, is more of a foot-tapper than the subject matter suggests.

     


    Album Review: The Times

    David Crosby "Croz" (Blue Castle)

    The former Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young man has had a turbulent life, spending time in jail for gun and drug-related offences, but his first solo album in 20 years is a golden, harmonic folk-rock delight. The voice - light for one who has lived so hard - still evokes images of maidens with flowers in their hair and he retains his pulling power too: the languid What’s Broken features Mark Knopfler on guitar while Wynton Marsalis provides elegiac trumpet on Holding on to Nothing.

     


     

    Rolling Stone: David Crosby 'Stoked' About New Album

    He breaks down the process behind first solo record in 20 years

    Croz, the first new album from rock legend David Crosby in more than two decades, will be released on January 28th. Ahead of the long-anticipated 11-song set, this exclusive video captures the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer (inducted for his work with the Byrds and Crosby, Stills and Nash) discussing his influences and his unorthodox writing approach while offering an inside look at the creative process between him, his son James Raymond and guitarist Marcus Eaton.
     
    'Croz' and 60 More Reasons to Love 2014
     

    "Since what we do is serve the song, the writing pretty much defines the record for us," Crosby tells Rolling Stone. "James has matured as a writer -- his stuff is very strong. I am writing with him and by myself, and several times Marcus joined us . . . I am very happy with the level of the songs on this record -- stoked, in fact."

     
    The album features a number of iconic guest players, including guitarist Mark Knopfler on the track "What's Broken" and trumpeter Wynton Marsalis on "Holding On to Nothing. " It will be released through Blue Castle Records, the label Crosby founded with Graham Nash in 2012.
     
    Crosby, keyboardist Raymond, Eaton, guitarist Shane Fontayne, bassist Kevin McCormick and drummer Steve DiStanislao will hit the road this month for dates in support of Croz. After a sold-out show this Thursday (January 16th) at Santa Barbara's Lobero Theatre, Crosby has a run of multi-night engagements lined up at New York's City Winery, the Barns at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Virginia, Chicago's City Winery, San Francisco's Great American Music Hall and L.A.'s Troubadour through February 28th. Tour dates and additional information are available here.  
     
    Rolling Stone will be premiering the full album stream of Croz starting Tuesday, January 21st.
     
     

     

    David Crosby Preview Track -- What's Broken -- MOJO Magazine

    by Danny Eccleston - MOJO

    20 YEARS SINCE his last solo album, A Thousand Roads emerged, CSN&Y's unwise Buddha David Crosby has another ready to roll. CROZ is due on Blue Castle Records on January 27, 2014, and MOJO can exclusively reveal evidence of its excellence in the shape of vanguard track What's Broken.

    Written by Crosby's musician/producer son James Raymond, it channels the jazz haze and beatific/melancholic gleam of the best of his dad's inimitable work, interweaving allusions to a personality type, "dodging kindness like golden arrows", who seems somehow rather familiar. A collaborating Mark Knopfler plays guitar gorgeously and Cros Senior sings like a dream.

    Check it out for yourself…

    Crosby pere et fils made the album together in the latter's studio, living and breathing the songs.

    "I’d sleep there on the studio couch and [James] would make me breakfast and we would get up and go to work, writing, recording and experimenting," David told MOJO.

    The album release is accompanied by a full-on interview in MOJO magazine, reliving the former Byrds star's white-knuckle ride through drug battles, prison trials, health perils and his current, parlous financial situation, which are addressed in typically frank and witty style.

    "If you lay down a line of coke on that computer right now," he tells MOJO's Sylvie Simmons, "there’d be a David-shaped hole in the wall. I’d run that fast."

    DAVID CROSBY PREVIEWS FIRST SOLO SONG IN 20 YEARS

    by David Knowles - Acoustic Guitar Magazine

    Ahead of his first solo outing in 20 years, David Crosby previewed a new single this week.

    Titled "What's Broken," the single will appear on the full-length LP Croz, which goes on sale January 28.

    Recorded in Santa Monica at Jackson Browne's Groove Masters studio, the album finds Crosby working with his son, James Raymond, and co-producer, Daniel Garcia. The 11 song recording will be released on Blue Castle Records, the label Crosby co-founded with Graham Nash.

    "What's Broken," with its touch jazz and funk inflections, may take longtime Crosby fans off-guard, but that doesn't bother the rock and folk legend.

    "I wanted to challenge myself," Crosby told Rolling Stone. "Most guys my age would have done a covers record or duets on old material. This won't be a huge hit. It'll probably sell nineteen copies. I don't think kids are gonna dig it, but I'm not making it for them. I'm making it for me. I have this stuff that I need to get off my chest.

    Crosby and his son will hit the road to promote the new album, kicking off a modest tour that starts the day the record drops at Manhattan's City Winery.


     

    "CROZ," DAVID CROSBY'S FIRST SOLO STUDIO ALBUM IN 20 YEARS, SET FOR RELEASE IN JANUARY

    Crosby will tour in the U.S. In early 2014

    Legendary singer-songwriter David Crosby will release Croz, his first solo album of studio material in 20 years, on January 27, 2014 internationally and in the U.K., and January 28 in the U.S. Featuring 11 new original songs, Croz will come out as a digital and physical release on Blue Castle Records, the label Crosby co-founded with Graham Nash in 2011; distribution is through ADA. In support of the release, Crosby and his touring band are performing a series of concert dates in early 2014. Fans will be able to pre-order the album -- and receive a free bonus track -- when they purchase tickets. Tickets go on sale this weekend; for a list of all on sale dates, visit the Tour page.CROZ BY David Crosby

    PRE-ORDER "CROZ" AND RECEIVE FREE AUDIO DOWNLOAD OF "THE CLEARING"    

    The shows will feature repertoire spanning Crosby's entire career, including songs from Croz and his 1971 solo debut If I Could Only Remember My Name, 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.'"

    Crosby starts his tour in late January with multiple nights at City Winery in New York City (1/28, 1/29, 1/31), The Barns at Wolf Trap in Vienna, VA (2/3-4), City Winery in Chicago (2/8-9), The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco (2/20-21), and ends with multiple nights at the Troubadour in Los Angeles (2/23, 24, 25) -- where Crosby played many a night during the iconic venue's 1960s heyday.

    David Crosby, James Raymond, and Daniel Garcia produced Croz; and, Crosby and Raymond (David Crosby's son) co-wrote a number of the songs together. In addition to Crosby's band, the album features guest players including Wynton Marsalis ("Holding On To Nothing'"), Mark Knopfler ("What's Broken'"), Leland Sklar ("Find A Heart'") and Steve Tavaglione ("Morning Falling,'" "Find A Heart'").

    Crosby is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, inducted with The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash; he is also in the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In addition to his solo work, Crosby still tours and records with CSN, CSN&Y, and as a duo with Nash. He has written books 

    Stand and Be Counted: Making Music, Making History/The Dramatic Story of the Artists and Causes That Changed America, and the autobiographical volumes Long Time Gone and Since Then: How I Survived Everything And Lived To Tell About It

     

    David Crosby tour dates:

    Date City Venue

    January 28 New York, NY City Winery

    January 29 New York, NY City Winery

    January 31 New York, NY City Winery

    February 3 Vienna, VA The Barns at Wolf Trap

    February 4 Vienna, VA The Barns at Wolf Trap

    February 8 Chicago, IL City Winery

    February 9 Chicago, IL City Winery
    February 20 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall

    February 21 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall

    February 23 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour

    February 24 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour

    February 25 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour


     

    GRAHAM NASH AND JAMES RAYMOND RELEASE A NEW SONG IN SUPPORT OF WHISTLE-BLOWER BRADLEY MANNING

    Almost Gone by Graham Nash and James RaymondA companion video for "Almost Gone" - a new song by legendary singer-songwriter Graham Nash and musician James Raymond (son of David Crosby) - is being released today in support of accused U.S. Army whistleblower Bradley Manning.

    The release is timed to Manning's first judicial hearing scheduled for December 16th, following more than 17-months in custody, including a year in solitary confinement that Amnesty International has characterized as "harsh and punitive."

    Donate to Free Bradley Manning

    Visually, the Almost Gone video is punctuated with bold graphics, disturbing images and harsh facts. Its release is scheduled to precede Manning's pre-trial hearing on December 16, which is the day before his 24th birthday. The Bradley Manning Support Network has named the following day, December 17, its International Day of Solidarity (http://events.bradleymanning.org/). PFC Manning, an Army intelligence analyst who had been stationed near Baghdad, was arrested in May 2010 under suspicion of leaking classified information, including a video showing the killing of civilians, to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks.

    Nash and Raymond composed the song "Almost Gone (The Ballad of Bradley Manning)" during this spring's US tour of Crosby-Nash, and the new recording serves as the music bed for the video; it features an impassioned lead vocal by Nash, a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted (Crosby, Stills & Nash, and The Hollies). "Bradley Manning is a hero to me," he sings, acknowledging Manning's role in making public videos and documents that shed light on such as issues as the true number and cause of civilian casualties in Iraq, human rights abuses by U.S.-funded contractors and foreign militaries, and the role that spying and bribes play in international diplomacy.


     

    CROSBY-NASH: IN CONCERT DVD - NEW AND NOTEWORTHY ON iTUNES

    As featured on iTunes New & Noteworthy:

    Crosby-Nash: In Concert DVDPurchase or rent through iTunes now.

    Filmed at the Palace Theatre in Stamford, CT during their 2011 tour, Crosby-Nash: In Concert captures the legendary duo performing hits from their beloved catalog. This is the first DVD release on Crosby & Nash's lable, Blue Castle Records, and is a must-have for fans who want to experience two of America's greatest musicians in their element: performing live in concert.

     

     

     


     

    DAVID CROSBY AND GRAHAM NASH'S NEW LABEL BLUE CASTLE RECORDS TO RELEASE THE HD DVD OF CROSBY-NASH: IN CONCERT ON OCTOBER 11

    DVD Captures a Full Concert from the Duo's Spring 2011 U.W. Tour
    Crosby & Nash Currently on Tour in Europe

    Los Angeles, CA, October 10, 2011: Legendary singer-songwriters David Crosby and Graham Nash launched the new independent label Blue Castle Records in early 2011. Tomorrow, October 11, Blue Castle will release globally the HD DVD Crosby-Nash: In Concert, capturing a full concert filmed in high-definition at the Palace Theatre in Stamford, CT on May 22 during the U.S. portion of the duo's 2011 tour. Distribution for Blue Castle is through Alternative Distribution Alliance (ADA) in the U.S. and Canada, and Alternative Distribution Alliance Global worldwide.

    Crosby-Nash: In Concert features stirring versions of career-spanning classics including "Guinevere," "Marrakesh Express," "Deja Vu," "Wooden Ships," "Our House," "They Want It All," "Just A Song Before I Go," "Almost Cut My Hair," and "Don't Dig Here." HDNet (hd.net) broadcast the concert live last spring, and will air highlights from the DVD on Sunday, October 16 (10PM/EST, 7PM/PST).

    Crosby-Nash: In Concert's bonus content features previously unreleased bonus videos of Crosby & Nash songs, including "Immigration Man," and an intense live version of the non-nuclear anthem "Don't Dig Here." The latter is newly produced with footage, graphics, and facts warning against nuclear proliferation. "Don't Dig Here" is also available as a free download on www.crosbynash.com.

    Currently, Crosby and Nash are on tour in Europe through early November. Highlights include shows at Bridgewater Hall in Manchester (9/30), Royal Albert Hall in London (10/8), the Olympia in Paris (10/14), Admiralspalast in Berlin (10/20), and Teatro Sistina in Rome (11/2). Goldenplec Music News reviewed the Crosby/Nash tour's opening night in Europe at Vicar Street in Dublin on 9/27, calling it "a captivating and stunning show," and noting, "The great thing about this concert was that Crosby and Nash saved their best for last, blowing everybody in the audience away with the closing four songs. No one in the audience was sitting down by the end of this gig, people were getting lost in the amazing occasion."

    While Crosby and Nash's storied vocal harmonies are the tour's centerpiece, they are accompanied on the road by an ace backing band featuring James Raymond (keyboards), Shayne Fontaine (guitar), Kevin McCormick (bass), and Steve DiStanislao (drums). The shows mix full band performances with more intimate ones spotlighting just Crosby and Nash.

    To coincide with the European dates, Blue Castle released digital and vinyl versions of the historic live album Another Stoney Evening in Europe (it was the label's inaugural U.S. release in March 2011). It features an acoustic show recorded on October 10, 1971 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles - one of Crosby and Nash's earliest shows as a duo.

    David Crosby and Graham Nash have each been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice - once with Crosby, Stills & Nash, and a second time with The Byrds and the Hollies, respectively. They have also been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In addition to Another Stoney Evening, their recorded repertoire as a duo includes Crosby & Nash (1972), Wind OnThe Water (1975), Whistling Down The Wire (1976), Crosby-Nash (2004), and Highlights (2006).

    For more information, log on to: www.crosbynash.com


     

    DOWNLOAD "DON'T DIG HERE" - A NEW DIGITAL SINGLE FOR FREE

    A new digital single, "Don't Dig Here" by Crosby & Nash is now being offered for free, from iTunes.

    The song was written by James Raymond. Performed by David Crosby, Graham Nash, James Raymond, Russ Kunkel, Leland Sklar, Dean Parks and Jeff Pevar. Produced by Russ and Nathaniel Kunkel.


     

    DAVID CROSBY AND GRAHAM NASH TAKE CROSBY-NASH TOUR TO EUROPE STARTING SEPTEMBER 27

    BLUE CASTLE, THE DUO'S NEW RECORD LABEL, TO RELEASE THE HD DVD OF CROSBY-NASH: IN CONCERT WORLDWIDE ON OCTOBER 11, FEATURING A FULL PERFORMANCE PLUS BONUS MATERIAL

    Los Angeles, CA, August 25, 2011: Legendary singer-songwriters David Crosby and Graham Nash have been touring the U.S. since early this year. On September 27, the duo kicks off the European leg of their 2011 tour with a show in Dublin. Dates in Europe continue through November 2, with a final show at Teatro Sistina in Rome. Other highlights along the way include shows at Bridgewater Hall in Manchester (9/30), Royal Albert Hall in London (10/8), the Olympia in Paris (10/14), and Admiralspalast in Berlin (10/20).

    While Crosby and Nash's storied vocal harmonies are the centerpiece of the show, they will be accompanied on the road by an ace backing band featuring James Raymond (keyboards), Shayne Fontaine (guitar), Kevin McCormick (bass), and Steve DiStanislao (drums). Shows will mix both full band performances and more intimate ones spotlighting just Crosby and Nash.

    Earlier this year, Crosby and Nash - who have been harmonizing ever since Crosby, Stills & Nash formed in 1968, and have recorded and toured as a duo for almost as long - launched their new independent label, Blue Castle Records. On October 11, Blue Castle will release globally the HD DVD Crosby-Nash: In Concert. The title features a full concert filmed in high-definition at the Palace Theatre in Stamford, CT on May 22, 2011 during the U.S. portion of the current tour. The show was broadcast live on HDNet, which will air highlights from the DVD surrounding the release date.

    Crosby-Nash: In Concert captures inspired versions of career-spanning classics including "Guinevere," "Marrakesh Express," "Déjà Vu ," "Wooden Ships," "Our House," "They Want It All," "Just A Song Before I Go," "Almost Cut My Hair," and "Don't Dig Here." The disc's bonus content comprises previously unreleased bonus videos of Crosby & Nash songs, including "Immigration Man," and an intense live version of the non-nuclear anthem "Don't Dig Here," newly produced with footage, graphics, and facts warning against nuclear proliferation. "Don't Dig Here" is also available as a free download on www.crosbynash.com.

    Blue Castle's inaugural releases were digital and vinyl versions of the historic live album Another Stoney Evening, an acoustic show recorded on October 10, 1971 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles - one of Crosby and Nash's earliest shows as a duo. In conjunction with the forthcoming tour, Blue Castle will release Another Stoney Evening in Europe on this September, marking the first time it has ever been available there.

    David Crosby and Graham Nash have each been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice - once with Crosby, Stills & Nash, and a second time with The Byrds and the Hollies, respectively. They have also been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In addition to Another Stoney Evening, their recorded repertoire as a duo includes Crosby & Nash (1972), Wind OnThe Water (1975), Whistling Down The Wire (1976), Crosby-Nash (2004), and Highlights (2006).

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    David and Graham Have Launched Their Own Record Label

    With First-Ever Digital and Vinyl Releases of Their Renowned 1971 Live Set 'Another Stoney Evening' on March 22

    DUO KICKS OFF COAST-TO-COAST CROSBY/NASH TOUR ON MARCH 25

    Singer-songwriters David Crosby and Graham Nash have been harmonizing ever since Crosby, Stills & Nash formed in 1968. In addition to making music with CSN and CSN&Y, an ongoing element of their collaboration is recording and performing as a duo. That two-man configuration is celebrated this spring with both a nationwide tour kicking off March 25, and the launch of Crosby and Nash's new independent label - Blue Castle Records, distributed by ADA and ADA Global - with digital and vinyl versions of Another Stoney Evening as inaugural releases on March 22.

    Another Stoney Evening was recorded on October 10, 1971 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles during one of Crosby and Nash's first in-concert performances as "two together." Previously released only on CD (in 1998), Another Stoney Evening captures an intimate performance spotlighting the duo's stellar harmonies, acoustic guitar and piano accompaniment, and between-song banter. Song highlights include "Deja Vu," "Wooden Ships," "Southbound Train," "Immigration Man," "Guinevere," and "Teach Your Children." Distribution for Blue Castle is through Alternative Distribution Alliance (ADA) in the U.S. and Canada, and Alternative Distribution Alliance Global worldwide.

    "This album represents the very beginning of our musical relationship as a duo," says Nash. "Whatever David and I do well together, it's wonderful that we're still doing it well. For the upcoming tour, with a rock 'n roll band, we've gotten fantastic advance response. It's exciting to be bringing this great new show to people."

    The two-month long Crosby/Nash tour itinerary begins with more than a week of shows in California before leaving the west coast for dates across the country. Crosby and Nash will be accompanied on the road by an ace-backing band featuring James Raymond (keyboards), Dean Parks (guitar), Kevin McCormick (bass), and Steve DiStanislao (drums).

    The tour will mix acoustic and plugged-in performances. "Touring with a full band gives us the opportunity to do selections from our catalogue that Graham and I haven't performed live together before," says Crosby. "We will also be introducing some brand new songs we've written, that have never been heard onstage or on record."

    David Crosby and Graham Nash have each been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice - once with Crosby, Stills & Nash, and a second time with the Byrds and the Hollies, respectively. In addition to Another Stoney Evening, as a duo, they have also released the studio albums Crosby & Nash (1972), Wind On The Water (1975), Whistling Down The Wire (1976), Crosby-Nash (2004), and Highlights (2006).

    The Crosby/Nash tour has also partnered with Brita on its FilterForGood movement, making Brita Hydration Stations available to dispense filtered water, free-of-charge, to concert attendees. For special benefit seating for the Crosby/Nash tour, please visit the guacamole fund.

    Tour Dates and Tickets on CrosbyNash.com

    1971 LIVE SET "ANOTHER STONEY EVENING" OUT IN MARCH ON THE DUO'S NEW LABEL BLUE CASTLE RECORDS

    Crosby and Nash are also launching their own record label, Blue Castle Records, with the first-ever digital and vinyl editions of the live album Another Stoney Evening, recorded forty years ago, in 1971 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles. The release date is set for March 22, and the album can be pre-ordered when tickets for the tour go on sale.

    Visit CrosbyNash.com for more information.

    DAVID CROSBY AND GRAHAM NASH TO TOUR AS CROSBY/NASH THIS SPRING

    Singer-songwriters David Crosby and Graham Nash will launch a spring tour in the U.S. with a March 25 show in Long Beach, CA. While Crosby and Nash's legendary vocal harmonies will be the centerpiece of the show, they will be accompanied on the road by an ace-backing band featuring James Raymond (keyboards), Dean Parks (guitar), Kevin McCormick (bass), and Steve DiStanislao (drums). The initial on-sale date for tickets is January 21.

    The tour will mix acoustic and plugged-in performances. "Touring with a full band gives us the opportunity to do selections from our catalogue that Graham and I haven't performed live together before," says Crosby. "We will also be introducing some brand new songs we've written, that have never been heard onstage or on record."

    Visit CrosbyNash.com for more information.