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Crosby and Nash Talk Jimmy Fallon Skit
The duo also discuss a new CSNY live LP
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Near the end of their American tour, David Crosby and Graham Nash stopped by Rolling Stone to talk about their long musical partnership, covering Miley Cyrus with Jimmy Fallon's Neil Young character, their new live album Another Stoney Evening and their future plans. They also revealed that they are hard at work assembling a live album from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's 1974 reunion tour.

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Enchant London Audience in 1970

"We recorded nine of the 35 stadium shows we did," says Nash. "We have about 42 songs and we're busy mixing them. We have about 12 to 15 mixes under our belt. We're talking to Neil about the resolution he wants everything at. Because of the world Neil is in, he wants it at the highest possible – which is always advisable."

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Crosby says he loves what he's heard from the set so far. "It's astounding," he says. "It was such an astounding band then." 


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