David Crosby Announces That He’ll Release A New Studio Album And Reveals The Secret Hero Who Made It Possible

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and The Byrds co-founding member, and co-lead vocalist David Crosby recently posted a tweet on his Twitter account as a response to the interview he recently did and gave credit to the person who helped him make his upcoming record.

As you know, Crosby started climbing the ladder of fame as the co-founder, rhythm guitarist, and vocalist of The Byrds in the mid-’60s. His fame increased, even more, when he formed Crosby, Stills & Nash in 1969 with the addition of Neil Young later on. After their disbandment, Crosby pursued a solo career and released multiple studio albums.

Recently, he announced that he’ll be releasing a brand new studio album named For Free which highly excited his devoted fans who asked him numerous questions through Twitter. It seems like Crosby thought it would be much easier to just give an interview in which he gives details about his album.

Following the interview, the interviewer Steve Silberman made a statement saying that ‘one of the primary lifting forces behind David Crosby’s new For Free is his gifted son James Raymond‘ as he wrote some of the songs and played a lot of the instruments while they were recording. Crosby agreed with Steve and said that ‘this is the truth.’

Here’s what Steve Silberman said in his tweet:

One of the primary lifting forces behind David Crosby’s new For Free is his gifted son James Raymond, who wrote several of the songs, played more instruments than you can imagine (like bass synth on ‘River Rise’), and generally made beauty.”

To which David Crosby responded:

“This is the truth.”

You can check out the tweets below.