David Crosby Shares His Opinion Of Crosby, Stills, Nash, And Young Members
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young icon David Crosby shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing that he met his ex-bandmate, Stephen Stills. While showing how he felt after seeing a fellow musician, the 80-year-old rocker expressed how he currently feels about the other members of his former band.
As many of you know, Crosby, Stills & Nash is a folk-rock band consisting of three brilliant musicians, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash. The three were later joined by Neil Young as the fourth member and became Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. During their music career that lasted over four decades, the band was noted for its continuous influence on American music thanks to their one-of-a-kind vocal harmonies as well as political activism.
Despite their influence on rock and roll music history, the band members have been inactive for the past six years and haven’t made a studio record since the 1999 album, ‘Looking Forward.’ While the band members never officially announced their disbandment, CSNY is often regarded as an inactive band for years now.
Recently, David Crosby shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing that he and Stephen Stills saw each other yesterday. While stating that it felt incredible to hug and see him, Crosby expressed how much he still loves his former bandmate since he changed his life with his music. The rocker also didn’t forget to mention his opinions on his other ex-mates, which doesn’t happen very often.
The CSNY icon said that he understands Neil Young and feels sorry for Graham Nash. Although he did not particularly reveal the reason behind his emotions towards his former bandmates, it was pretty surprising for his fans to see Crosby speaking with affection for musicians other than himself.
In the tweet, David Crosby said:
“Saw Stills yesterday… we both showed for Mike Finnigan’s memorial. I hugged him… it felt good. I understand Neil, and I feel kind of sorry for Graham, but I still love Stills. He changed my life. Played so well, swung so hard, wrote so strong.”
You can see the Twitter post below.
Saw Stills yesterday …we both showed for Mike Finnigan’s memorial …..hugged him …felt good …I understand Neil and I feel kind of sorry for Graham but I still love Stills ….he changed my life …played so well …swung so hard …wrote so strong
— David Crosby (@thedavidcrosby) August 29, 2021