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Photo by Associated Press Neil Young performs during the Farm Aid 2012 concert at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pa., Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012. Just exactly what makes Neil Young tick has been one of the great mysteries of popular music. Now, in
If you go Crosby, Stills and Nash in concert If Stephen Stills isn't doing cartwheels across the stage and jumping off amplifiers this summer on his tour with Crosby, Stills and Nash, he'll have a good excuse. This tour, I've got to hobble through
Beacon Theatre adding some blustery fire to their golden harmonies as they channeled the energies of the Occupy Wall Street movement into their set. Originally scheduled for August but cancelled due to Hurricane Irene, the trio returned to the Upper
Carol Guild An Evening with David Crosby and Graham Nash turned into Oh, what a night! on Saturday when the duo took the stage at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Some thought we would be presented with a nice little acoustic set...With a fabulously
Singer-songwriters David Crosby and Graham Nash say they plan to kick off the European leg of their 2011 concert tour with a show in Dublin next month...Dates in Europe are to continue through Nov. 2, with a final show at Teatro Sistina in Rome.
Submitted photo Carol Guild Photo for The Union by John Hart With WorldFest in full swing, the town is buzzing with activities and entertainment above and beyond the myriad events to which we've grown accustomed and much more is on the horizon...
NYWe've only got four minutes, so let's do this for all the underpaid and underappreciated teachers, declared Graham Nash for the final encore of the Crosby/Nash performance of Teach Your Children at Town Hall that put a cap on an extraordinary 29
Having formed their new record label, Blue Castle Records, the duo recently released their live album, Another Stoney Evening , which was recorded in 1971, on both digital and vinyl editions. Crosby & Nash, who have been inducted into the Rock and
What you'd expect from David Crosby and Graham Nash, especially at 69, is that they would settle down into the more serene and harmonious folk-pop they produced in the early '70s. There was plenty of that, but on Friday night at Carnegie Library
Tristram Kenton We came back from the US on Virgin, which was kind of all right except for the food. At least the crew were friendly, even to a woman in the row in front whose baby didn't just cry, but screeched through the night...If this woman had