News featuring Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

The following news stories mention Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated within the last hour.

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  • Why Crosby Stills Nash & Young's 1974 is the one album you should hear this week video

    Alexis Petridis recommends Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Live 1974 Box Set. A lovingly produced collection of live recordings from their (at the time) recording breaking 1974 reunion tour, it contains a 3 CD/DVD set, a Pure Audio Blu-Ray, a 16-track single CD and a 188-page booklet. Apart from containing some of the group's most iconic tracks, the sheer musical talent on display also corrects the historical inaccuracy that the tour was a 'drugged out disaster' Continue reading...

    Read the complete article at feeds.theguardian.com

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Monday 30th June

  • Crazy Horse's Billy Talbot Suffers Stroke

    Neil Young and Crazy Horse bassist Billy Talbot has suffered a mild stroke, forcing the member to sit out of the group's upcoming European tour. A statement from the band delivers the positive news that "Talbot's doctors expect him to make a full recovery." However, the stroke will leave him sidelined this summer, with doctors having advised Talbot "to sit this tour out and recover his strength." Taking his place on the European dates will be Neil Young collaborator Rick Rosas, who has sat in with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, as well as Buffalo Springfield. Talbot helped found Crazy...Read More

    Read the complete article at exclaim.ca

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Friday 30th May

  • Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Document 1974 Tour with Box Set

    To this day, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young remain an important touchstone for harmony-drenched folk rock bands, so it's welcome news that they're having a 40-year-old tour documented via the CSNY 1974 box set. It will be out on July 8 through Rhino and a day earlier overseas. The songs that make up this set were recored during a two-month-plus outdoor stadium tour with 31 dates in 24 cities. The shows found the band starting on electric, switching to acoustic, and then back to electric, and this progression is mirrored in the box set. The set was produced by Graham Nash,...Read More

    Read the complete article at exclaim.ca

  • Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young announce live boxed set, CSNY 1974

    Classic band releases unreleased tracks from pivotal 1974 tour

    Read the complete article at consequenceofsound.net

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Wednesday 12th March

  • Sons of Fathers - "Hell and Back" (video) (Premiere)

    Emerging Americana band Sons of Fathers continue their ascent with the new video "Hell and Back".

    Sons of Fathers blew out the doors of Nashville's Mercy Lounge last year at the Americana Festival. We sat up close, totally taken by the band's passion and musical chops. This Texas group brings the rawk to the twang in most winning fashion. So, it's perhaps not so surprising that influences like the Beatles, Bob Dylan and Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young cozy up with Texas singer-songwriters such as Robert Earl Keen, Willis Alan Ramsey,…

    Read the complete article at www.popmatters.com

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Saturday 26th October

  • Roy Harper: soundtrack of my life

    The singer, songwriter and guitarist on how Miles Davis and skiffle shaped his sound, dancing to Stephen Stills's overlooked 1972 gem – and the first time he met Jimmy Page

    Born in Manchester, folk-rock musician Roy Harper left home at 15 and began writing music inspired by his love of poetry. His 1966 debut album, Sophisticated Beggar, introduced the distinctive and complex style of songwriting for which Harper was to become renowned, leading to collaborations with artists including Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Kate Bush. More recently, artists such as Fleet Foxes and Joanna Newsom have cited Harper as an influence. Last month, Harper released his first studio album in 13 years, Man and Myth.

    Read the complete article at feeds.theguardian.com

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