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David Crosby thrills fans at Academy of Music (review)

NORTHAMPTON -- With two inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame under his belt and millions of albums sold over the course of a music career more than a half-century old, David Crosby isn't done yet.

Folk-rock legend David Crosby ready to have fun in Burlington

Though he’s long been known for his outspoken political views, folk-rock legend David Crosby says fans attending Tuesday’s show at the Flynn Center shouldn’t expect to hear much about those views.

“Our job essentially is to bring music and make you boogie and take emotional voyages,” Crosby told the Burlington Free Press in a phone conversation this month from Seattle. “Every now and then our job is to do what it originally was, as town criers and troubadours.”

See David Crosby's Funky New Song 'She's Got to Be Somewhere' on 'Fallon' - Rolling Stone

Crosby channels yacht rock's glory days on first taste of upcoming 'Sky Trails' album

 
David Crosby performed his gentle new single "She's Got to Be Somewhere" to The Tonight Show on Wednesday.

David Crosby Performing First Single From New Album Sky Trails May 17th On The Tonight Show

“She’s Got To Be Somewhere” Will Be Released Digitally May 19th, Sky Trails Coming This Fall

May 15, 2017 – Two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee David Crosby will perform “She’s Got To Be Somewhere,” the first single from his new album Sky Trails, on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, May 17th. The single will be available at digital retailers and streaming services on Friday, May 19th, and Sky Trails will be released in the fall via BMG.

David Crosby brings CSN favorites, new solo material to Englewood - NewJersey.com

At 75, David Crosby is hardly slowing down. After having released only three solo studio albums in the first seven decades of his life, he issued “Croz” in 2014 and “Lighthouse” last year, and is now selling another one, “Sky Trails,” at shows. He plans to release it officially later this year.

Ironically, this spurt of activity comes at a time when it’s very hard to make a significant amount of money from recorded music, since few people still buy albums in physical form.

Peaking at 75: David Crosby stirring things up more than ever

By Matthew Dobie Special to The Post and Courier

At 75 years old, singer-songwriter David Crosby is in the midst of a prolific burst of creativity.

In 2014, he released "Croz," his first solo album in more than 20 years. In 2016, he released another, entitled "Lighthouse." And later this year, he’ll release "Sky Trails," his third solo album in four years. “I’m extremely happy,” says Crosby. “So that has a big thing to do with my output. If I’m feeling really good, all of a sudden my output doubles or triples.”

David Crosby on Kanye, Congress, and outlasting Bill O'Reilly

By Stratton Lawrence

The Man Behind the Stache

Watch the First Song from David's Sold Out Boulder Show

David Crosby and his band streamed their entire sold-out concert in Boulder, Colorado in an exclusive pay-per-view webcast Sunday, May 7th on nugs.tv.

The first song was webcast on Facebook as a preview.

David Crosby of Crosby, Stills & Nash Talks Songwriting, Politics, and Fame

By Chris Goudreau - May 5, 2017 - The Valley Advocate

David Crosby Is “Happy All the Time” Away From Crosby, Stills and Nash - Westword

By Brett Callwood - Westword

David Crosby is one of those rare musicians who is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, as are all of the members of Crosby, Stills & Nash. For Crosby, it’s his work with CSN and the Byrds that earned him his spots (Graham Nash is also in with the Hollies, Stephen Stills with Buffalo Springfield). Despite all of that acclaim, Crosby is working primarily as a solo artist these days, and he’s much happier for it.

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