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Graham Nash & David Crosby reteam with David Gilmour for new album

November 20th, 2013 3:10am EST
Graham Nash
Former Pink Floyd star David Gilmour has recruited fellow rock legends David Crosby and Graham Nash for his new solo album.

Working on the follow-up to his 2006 release On an Island, which also featured the duo, the guitarist called on two thirds of Crosby, Stills & Nash to join him in the studio again.

Nash reveals, "He said, 'What the hell would it cost you to have David Crosby and Graham Nash getting on a bloody train to Brighton to sing with you?' We’re musicians. We love good songs. We’ll sing them until we are dead."
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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young regroup for Bridge School Benefit

October 27th, 2013 7:00pm EDT
Stephen Stills
Neil Young reunited onstage with David Crosby, Graham Nash and Stephen Stills for the first time in seven years at his annual Bridge School Benefit in California on Saturday (26Oct13).

Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young were among the highlights of the star-studded benefit, which also included performances from Arcade Fire, Jack Johnson, Queens of the Stone Age, Heart, Elvis Costello and his wife Diana Krall, My Morning Jacket and fun.

Young opened the show by performing a rendition of Bob Dylan's Blowin' In The Wind before breaking into acoustic versions of Heart Of Gold and Comes A Time, wh...
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David Crosby dreaming of one more CSNY tour

June 10th, 2013 8:50pm EDT
David Crosby
Rocker David Crosby is hoping for one more Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young tour before diabetes and hepatitis C get the better of him.

The four-piece parted ways in 1976, but Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash have often regrouped without Neil Young, and in recent years there have been various reports suggesting the quartet was planning a get together.

And now Crosby, 71, tells Rolling Stone he's one of the people hoping for full CSNY reunion tour.

He says, "Look, I have maybe 10 more years, if I'm lucky. I have hepatitis C, diabetes and heart disease. I'm managing them. I'm going to th...
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Singer Graham Nash To Pen Memoir

June 21st, 2012 5:09pm EDT
Graham Nash
Former The Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash star Graham Nash is penning his memoir after signing a new deal with publishers Random House.

The rocker reveals the story of his life sparked a bidding war among New York's top publishers and he eventually chose to go with Random House's offshoot Crown Archetype because they offered him "over seven figures."

English-born Nash tells the New York Times his book will be full of honest recollections of his amazing life.

He says, "I've been as honest as I can be. If they asked me a question about drugs, I answered them. You ask me a question; y...
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Director Frank Miller Calls Occupy Wall Street Protestors 'Louts, Thieves & Rapists'

November 14th, 2011 8:44am EST
Frank Miller
"Sin City" director Frank Miller has taken aim at the Occupy Wall Street protesters in a furious new blog post, urging the anti-corporate greed activists to get organized or go home.

While many celebrities are supporting the movement, which began in New York over two months ago and is now spreading worldwide, the writer/director is far from impressed with what he's seen and he considers the individuals taking part nothing more than "losers."

He writes, "The 'Occupy' movement... is nothing but a pack of louts, thieves, and rapists, an unruly mob, fed by Woodstock-era nostalgia and putrid f...
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Graham Nash Donating Song Proceeds To Haiti

November 8th, 2011 10:30pm EST
Graham Nash
Singer/songwriter Graham Nash is to donate proceeds from his hit tune "Our House" to a charity rebuilding communities in earthquake-ravaged Haiti.

A devastating earthquake rocked the country in January, 2010, killing thousands and leaving many more homeless, and now the singer has pledged his support to the area by offering up the royalties from his popular 1970s song to be used in the nation's recovery efforts.

He says, "We have to share our good fortunes with those who don't have any. We need to share the love."

All iTunes download sales made until January 2012 will be used by Habitat ...
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Stevie Nicks, Graham Nash & Others Honor Buddy Holly On Late Star's 75th Birthday

September 8th, 2011 10:10pm EDT
Stevie Nicks
Stevie Nicks, Paul Anka and Chris Isaak were among the stars who came together for a 75th birthday tribute to late rock 'n' roller Buddy Holly in Hollywood on Wednesday night.

Members of Cobra Starship, Boz Scaggs, Lyle Lovett and Graham Nash also performed, while Holly's widow Maria Elena and Priscilla Presley were among those who offered up anecdotes at the Music Box Theater celebration, which was organized by singer Peter Asher.

The concert, which featured tracks from new tribute album "Listen to Me," was filmed for a TV special, which will air in December.

Asher and Isaak co-hosted t...
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The Beatles & Drugs Inspired Brian Wilson's Iconic 'Pet Sounds'

June 4th, 2011 5:00pm EDT
Brian wilson
Beach Boys star Brian Wilson has credited the Beatles' "Rubber Soul" album and marijuana for inspiring the iconic "Pet Sounds" recordings.

The "Good Vibrations" hitmaker hosted a listening party at his home when the Fab Four's 1965 album was released and he admits the music and the marijuana "took me away", and the ideas for "Pet Sounds" were born.

Appearing in Beatles fan Seth Swirsky's new documentary, Beatles Stories, Wilson recalls, "We were stoned... I went to the piano and started writing Pet Sounds. It (album) turned me onto Pet Sounds.

"It was a moment that will live forever in m...
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Jimmy Fallon, David Crosby And Graham Nash Rock Miley Cyrus During Neil Young Impression (Video)

May 27th, 2011 12:09pm EDT
Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon strapped on his guitar and partied in the U.S.A during his latest Neil Young impression.

We've seen Jimmy Fallon pull off some epic impressions, but his Neil Young effort is pretty spectacular. If you've never seen Jimmy Fallon don a wing and hat while taking on songs in the key of Neil Young -- you're in for a treat with the video we've got for you. Keep in mind, they're not songs you'd ever think would come out of Young's mouth.

During Wednesday's episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the host broke out his Neil Young impression and treated us to his version of Miley...
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Crosby, Stills & Nash's Unreleased Demos Released

June 10th, 2009 11:00pm EDT
Crosby, Stills & Nash Demos
As members of one of rock's first supergroups, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash helped define the Woodstock generation through their peerless harmonies, resonant songwriting and deep commitment to political and social causes. The trio will tour this summer in both the U.S. and Europe, with more dates to be added to the U.S. leg. In between the late-spring North American and early summer European segments of the tour, Crosby, Stills & Nash will be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame on June 18 in New York City, and before the tour begins, Rhino will offer a behind-the-sce...
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Neil Young's 'CSNY Deja Vu' a Concert Film That Mixes Message With Music

July 30th, 2008 9:44am EDT
CSNY / Déjà Vu
(Hollywoodchicago.com) – David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young (collectively CSNY) have long established their credibility as a rock/folk group of the highest order.

From their debut in 1970 with the album “Déjà Vu” (which is still one of the top-selling albums of all time) to their journey through the 2006 tour that’s chronicled in the new concert film “ is of a time and place in rock history that represents activism and social change.

The concert film CSNY Deja Vu

Photo credit: Roadside Attractions

Band member Neil Young is the director of this f...
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Graham Nash Is Too Busy To Sleep

July 9th, 2008 10:32am EDT
Graham Nash
Singer Graham Nash is working harder in his 60s than he ever has before - because he's terrified of dying before he achieves all his ambitions.

The 66-year-old Crosby, Stills and Nash singer claims he struggles to sleep because of his burning desire to make new music.

He explains, "I'm not a great sleeper. My brain just continues to move. I find it very difficult to sleep at night and calm my mind down. I have so many ideas. With all due respect, I'm 66. How much longer have I got? Ten, 20, 30 years? I've got (stuff) to do, man."

-CSN Ringtones

(This news article provided b...
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David Gilmour To Release Double Live Album & Concert DVD Sept. 15

June 27th, 2008 7:00pm EDT
David Gilmour
'David Gilmour Live In Gdansk is a double live album plus concert DVD set for release on September 15, 2008, on EMI Records. David Gilmour Live In Gdansk, the first solo live album from Pink Floyd's singer / guitarist, captures the magic of his concert held in front of 50,000 in the Gdansk shipyards, the final performance of his critically acclaimed 2006 'On An Island tour'. It also features the first ever recording of selected Pink Floyd classics performed with an orchestra.

"This was the first time I have played in Poland and it was a thrill to be there helping to mark one of the m...
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Stephen Stills Has Prostate Cancer

December 18th, 2007 11:26am EST
Stephen Stills
Rocker Stephen Stills has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, according to his Crosby, Stills, and Nash bandmate Graham Nash.

The 62-year-old is set to undergo an operation on his birthday on January 3, after an early diagnosis of the disease potentially saved his life.

And Nash insists Stills is very lucky to have spotted the condition, unlike late singing star Dan Fogelberg, who died on Sunday after a three-year battle with the disease.

Nash tells TV talk show host Larry King, "Unlike Danny (Fogelberg), who left it too long to be seriously checked, Stephen found his at an ...
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Stars Contribute Photos To Lou Reed Exhibition

October 16th, 2007 11:47am EDT
Lou Reed
Michael Stipe, John Mayer, Perry Farrell and Mick Fleetwood are among the rockers whose photographs feature in a new exhibition co-curated by Lou Reed.

Visions Of Rock, which is being held at New York's 401 Projects Gallery, also includes photos taken by Reed, Jakob Dylan, Graham Nash, Lenny Kravitz and Melissa Auf Der Maur.

Reed's pictures document his beloved New York.

He says, "I've always been interested in photography. What was I trying to accomplish with the New York photos? I wanted to record the way New York looks right now, before it changes any more."

The exh...
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Win A Signed, Limited Edition Carole King Lithograph And Her New CD

July 26th, 2007 6:30pm EDT
Carole King
Head over to Starpulse Contests to enter for the chance to win a hand-numbered, hand-signed museum quality Carole King lithograph and a copy of her new CD, Love Makes The World.

One Grand Prize winner will receive the litho and a copy of the CD; four runners up will receive copies of the CD.

The lithographs are a limited edition, hand-numbered, hand-signed museum quality prints. They were printed by Nash Editions (process conceived by Graham Nash in 1990) on acid-free archival paper. Each print is also embossed with a Nash Editions logo on the bottom left hand corner. This print,...
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Stills Plans Time Off From Crosby & Nash

May 14th, 2007 8:55am EDT
Stephen Stills
Rocker Stephen Stills is set to walk away from supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash and is urging his bandmates to do the same. The reunited group recently played to sold out venues on a U.S. tour, but Stills wants a little time alone.

He says, "I want to make another solo album... We worked for two and a half solid years, and I think it's time for a rest. (David Crosby and Graham Nash) should evolve some more on their own and just go and do some other kind of playing. That will just make it more exciting to get back together after that."

As well as working on solo material, Stills ...
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It Was A Big Night For Big Stars At Ertegun Memorial

April 19th, 2007 9:41am EDT
Phil Collins
The members of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Genesis And Led Zeppelin all reunited to pay tribute to late music mogul Ahmet Ertegun in New York on Tuesday night. Neil Young performed Helplessly Hoping with David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash before bringing guests to tears with a duet of Buffalo Springfield hit Mr. Soul with Nash, while the reformed Genesis played Follow You, Follow Me.

Phil Collins also played his In The Air Tonight hit on piano - without the song's famous drum explosion, which Atlantic Records boss Ertegun once insisted he added. The members of Led Zeppelin ...
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Rhino Reissues Warren Zevon's 'Excitable Boy,' 'Stand In The Fire,' And 'The Envoy' March 27

March 14th, 2007 8:00pm EDT
Warren Zevon
Like no other singer-songwriter of his generation, Warren Zevon addressed murder, desperate passion, espionage, crippling loneliness, and f----you excess with a lethal wit and confessional grace that remain unrivaled. When the singer-songwriter-pianist succumbed to lung cancer in 2003, the music world lost a truly original voice. Rhino honors Zevon's brilliant lyrics, poignant melodies, withering wit, and devastating satire with a trio of reissues that revisit two of his finest studio efforts, plus a stunning live album. Remastered and expanded with previously unreleased bonus tracks, Excit...
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VH1 Classic Presents Shaw Blades' U.S. Headlining Tour, Set To Launch March 16

February 8th, 2007 10:35am EST
Shaw Blades
VH1 Classic is proud to present the upcoming U.S. headlining tour for Shaw Blades-Styx/Damn Yankees guitarist/vocalist Tommy Shaw and Night Ranger/Damn Yankees bassist/vocalist Jack Blades. It will launch March 16 in Dewey Beach, DE and conclude in April 14 in Agoura Hills, CA.

The duo is making the cross-country trek to promote their sophomore Influence album--which is due out March 6 on VH1 Classic Records--without the support of a back-up band. Songs from both Shaw Blades albums, as well as a selection from Styx, Damn Yankees and Night Ranger, will be performed completely acousti...
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David Bowie, David Crosby and Graham Nash Join David Gilmour Onstage

May 30th, 2006 12:32pm EDT
David Bowie
David Bowie stunned fans in London last night, when he joined David Gilmour onstage to sing two Pink Floyd songs.

Bowie appeared during an encore at the end of the first of Gilmour's three-night run at the Royal Albert Hall, to make his first UK appearance in nearly two years.

After helping Gilmour sing "Arnold Layne" and "Comfortably Numb", the Pink Floyd fan was given a standing ovation.

Bowie wasn't the only star to help Gilmour - David Crosby and Graham Nash sang on the title track of the singer's new album "On An Island" and joined him on Pink Floyd's "Shine On You Crazy...
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David Crosby Writes Best Songs While Falling Asleep

March 18th, 2006 3:00pm EST
David Crosby
Grizzled rocker David Crosby has written some of his best loved tunes just before he falls asleep.

The hippie icon penned hits like Long Time Gone and Marrakesh Express as he was dozing off after a long day - because that was the only time his mind was completely free of other matters.

Once Crosby discovered his gift of being able to write hits as he was dropping off to sleep he made sure there was always a notebook on his bedside cabinet.

He says, "I'll be just drifting off and I'll blink awake, grab the paper and pen I always have next to the bed and start scribbling franti...
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