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The Inevitable, Unfortunate Porn Parody of 'Weird Al''s 'UHF' Arrives

July 24, 2014

Thirty years into his career, "Weird Al" Yankovic has finally received two of the biggest honors a proprietor of pop parody can receive: His first ever number one record, and a parody of his own work. Unfortunately, the latter comes in the form...

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Hear Neil Young's 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' From 'CSNY 1974'

July 1, 2014

We're now just a week away from the release of CSNY 1974. Over the past few weeks, Rolling Stone has debuted David Crosby's "Almost Cut My Hair," Stephen Stills' "Change Partners" and Graham Nash's "Pre-Road Downs." It's now time for our final...

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Listen to an Unreleased Track from CSNY's 1974 Live Box Set

June 3, 2014

For the last couple of years, CSNY 1974 was starting to seem like the Chinese Democracy of archival live albums. David Crosby and Graham Nash kept claiming they were months away from releasing a box set from CSNY's infamously debauched 1974 reunion tour,...

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CSNY, Arcade Fire Unplug At 27th Annual Bridge School Benefit

October 27, 2013

The annual Bridge School Benefit started just like the first one back in 1986 and so many since: Neil Young walking onstage with an acoustic guitar in his hand and a harmonica rack wrapped around his neck. Backstage awaiting their turn to play was a jaw-dropping...

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Crosby, Stills and Nash Work Out With Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

May 6, 2013

On January 27th, 1970, Miles Davis recorded a version of the medieval whisper "Guinevere" from Crosby, Stills and Nash's 1969 debut album, Crosby, Stills & Nash. Davis' take was in the manner of his recently-cut, not-yet-released album, Bitches Brew...

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Q&A: Stephen Stills on His Huge New Box Set

March 21, 2013

While many of Stephen Stills' peers and bandmates have issued memoirs recalling their misspent youth and Sixties superstardom, the 68-year-old guitarist is content to let his work speak for itself. Stills, best known for writing anthems for his generation...

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Crosby, Stills & Nash Stage Their Classic Debut in New York

October 23, 2012

It's difficult to listen to Crosby, Stills & Nash's 1969 debut with fresh ears. Song for song, it's one of the best debut albums in rock history, but four decades of classic rock radio, endless replays of the Woodstock movie, reunion tours, Time-Life...

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Graham Nash Says CSN Sessions With Rick Rubin Were Contentious

July 26, 2012

In an interview with Music Radar, Graham Nash revealed that the recent Crosby, Stills and Nash recording sessions with legendary producer Rick Rubin were "not a great experience." "After almost 50 years of making records, we think we know what we're...

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Graham Nash Working on Memoir

June 20, 2012

Graham Nash has struck a deal with Random House's Crown Archetype for an upcoming memoir, reports the New York Times. The former Hollies member and partial namesake behind Crosby, Stills and Nash (and sometimes Young) recently met with publishers in New...

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Allman Brothers Rock New York With Phil Lesh, Crosby and Nash

July 28, 2011

Last summer, Gregg Allman was confined to his Savannah home, recovering from a transplant that became immediately necessary after his doctor found cancer on his liver. "It’s a painful thing," he told Rolling Stone last night at the Beacon Theatre,...

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Graham Nash and David Crosby Plot Joint Tour

February 15, 2011

While Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young has reunited in various permutations countless times over the past 40 years, David Crosby and Graham Nash have never stopped recording and touring together as a duo. This spring they'll hit the road for their first...

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Hear Graham Nash Track From CSNY 1974 Live Set

June 17, 2014

Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young are just three weeks away from releasing their long-awaited live collection CSNY 1974. In the past few weeks, we've debuted David Crosby's "Almost Cut My Hair" and Stephen Stills' "Change Partners," so it's time for a Graham...

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Stream David Crosby's New Solo LP 'Croz'

January 21, 2014

It's taken David Crosby over 20 years to record a follow-up to his 1993 solo album, Thousand Roads, but he wants his fans to know that his new album is worth the wait. "I spent a lot of that time working with Crosby, Stills and Nash these past two decades,"...

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David Crosby on Hopes for CSNY Reunion Tour

August 22, 2013

No one is more surprised to be alive at 72 than David Crosby, who has survived diabetes, hepatitis C, a liver transplant and severe addictions to drugs and alcohol. "If there’s a way to go wrong possible, I did," he says. "I could have ea-si-ly...

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The Section: Knights of Soft Rock

April 11, 2013

By 1979, guitarist Waddy Wachtel thought he'd seen everything. He had shown up for morning studio sessions to find Warren Zevon already wasted; he'd seen California Gov. Jerry Brown, Linda Ronstadt's then-boyfriend, retreat from a room of stoned rockers...

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Stephen Stills Breaks Silence on Buffalo Springfield Reunion

November 5, 2012

As Rolling Stone has previously reported, Buffalo Springfield were originally slated for a 30-date reunion tour this year – until Neil Young decided to devote his attention to a new project with Crazy Horse. "I'd be on a tour of my past...

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Morello, Crosby, Stills and Nash Back 'Crucial Fight' for Calif. Unions

October 4, 2012

"What's past is past, but the future is unwritten," Tom Morello declared last night at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, opening a benefit concert to help defeat Proposition 32, a California ballot measure that opponents say will strip the ability of...

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Stephen Stills: Crosby, Stills and Nash Won't Make Another Studio Album

July 6, 2012

In a recent interview with MusicRadar.com, Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills and Nash maintains that despite the band's upcoming live CD/DVD release, CSN 2012, the group won't be making a new studio album. "Well, there's the DVD, right, a live set. The...

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Week in Rock History: Altamont Ends in Tragedy

December 5, 2011

This week in rock history, Graham Nash left the Hollies to form a supergroup, the Altamont Festival ended in violence, Bob Dylan hosted "Night of the Hurricane" and John Lennon and Roy Orbison passed away.  December 7, 1968: Graham Nash leaves the...

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Jackson Browne, CSN to Perform at No Nukes Show

June 20, 2011

Thirty-two years after Musicians United for Safe Energy (MUSE) threw a legendary five-night show at Madison Square Garden to warn people about the dangers of nuclear power, many of the same acts will put on another show August 7th in response to the nuclear...

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