Crosby, Stills, & Nash Dipping Into Solo Works On Tour
Thursday, April 3, 2014
Crosby, Stills, & Nash Dipping Into Solo Works On Tour
As always Crosby, Stills, & Nash are keeping their setlists lively by shaking things up with a healthy dose of solo material in the shows. The group tackles such fan favorites as Stephen Stills' 1970 hit "Love The One You’re With," Graham Nash’s 1971 Song For Beginners classic, "I Used To Be King," David Crosby’s 1971 track "What Are There Names," Crosby & Nash’s 2004 tune "Lay Me Down," which written by CSN keyboardist -- and David Crosby’s son -- James Raymond. Also featured is Crosby’s new songs "What Makes It So" and "What’s Broken," and Stills’ side project the Rides’ "Don’t Want Lies" -- along with a cover of the Band’s "The Weight."
Along the way the band performs nearly all their signature tunes -- including "Carry On," "Teach Your Children," "Almost Cut My Hair," "Helplessly Hoping," "Our House," "Long Time Gone," "Southern Cross," "Deja Vu," "Marrakesh Express," "Wooden Ships," "Guinevere," and "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," among many more.
One of the mainstays of all of CSN's tours is the inclusion of both new and previously unheard material. We asked Graham Nash why year-after-year, the group's audience has not only put up with -- but actually welcomed -- hearing songs they don't know: "Because they know that that song is going to be about something that they should be interested in. I'm not interested in wasting your time -- at all. I want every song to be great. Do we make it 100 percent? Of course not. Do we try? Absolutely." 
April 13, 14, 15, 18 - West Hollywood, CA - Troubadour 
April 20, 21 - San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall
July 21, 22 - Chicago, IL - City Winery Chicago
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