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Santa Barbara Noozhawk - David Crosby Plays Benefit Show for Safe Energy Project

By Steve Kennedy - Santa Barbara Noozhawk
 
Central Coast local and guitar legend David Crosby played a solo acoustic show at The Granada Theatre, an extra-special place for the songwriter as it was the first place he ever had a job.
 
A night of solo Crosby gave him the opportunity to play on an intimate level with no competition from a band or special guests.
 
Croz, as he is affectionately known, pledged all proceeds from the show to the Safe Energy Project, a group that is working locally to develop micro-grid energy

AXS Examiner - David Crosby: Unfiltered and still fabulous

David Crosby's acoustic, live concert

 
Rating:5 Stars
 
David Crosby brought his “CROZ” tour to Tucson’s Fox Theatre on Friday, March 25, 2016. This was as intimate as a concert can get. There were no chums by his side. There was a microphone, guitar and just David.
 
Some of us take a lifetime to mature and mellow. This seems to be the case for Mr. Crosby.

Inquisitr - David Gilmour And David Crosby Perform Together At The Hollywood Bowl

One could call it a meeting of the two Davids, or a jam session with two rock gods.

Santa Barbara Independent - Crosby vs. Diablo

by Jeff Miller
 
Just some guy we’ve seen at the Farmers Market.
 
That’s what David Crosby imagined the packed house at the Granada thinking when he strolled onstage the other night.

Santa Barbara Independent - David Crosby at the Granada Theater

by D.J. Palladino
 
In an electronic age, it’s surprisingly easy to find out if the artist you saw at the Granada on Tuesday played exactly the same set in Napa two nights earlier. I’m not saying that David Crosby shouldn’t have a set set, but we are his homies, after all, and it’s a wee bit disillusioning he couldn’t pull out at least one surprise. He didn’t.

Ultimate Classic Rock - David Crosby, Who Loves Elephants, Is Working on Two New Solo Albums

David Crosby has done countless interviews over the course of his career, and more often than not, he’s answered variations on the same few questions. But now, thanks to the A.V. Club, we know what kind of giant animal he’d like to ride to work.
The answer? “An elephant,” Crosby laughed, “because I love elephants!”
 
Aside from his fantasy pachydermal commute, Crosby’s 11 Questions Q&A shed some light on his future plans as a solo artist.

A.V. Club - David Crosby answers our 11 questions

In 11 Questions, The A.V. Club asks interesting people 11 interesting questions—and then asks them to suggest one for our next interviewee.
 
David Crosby is a rock music legend. As a member of 1960s electric folk band The Byrds, and later as one of the pillars of the super group Crosby, Stills & Nash with an occasional Neil Young kicker, he’s been inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame on two separate occasions.

Vortex - David Crosby at the Aladdin Theater on March 12, 2016

Photos by John Alcala
 
A sold-out Aladdin Theater for a legend of an era, this performance had all the makings for a very special evening of music. As David Crosby took the stage, it was evident that he was relaxed and comfortable in such an intimate setting. At 74 years of age, he can command the stage with just a couple of acoustic guitars, his voice and a seemingly endless catalog of songs. His voice remains as strong as ever, graceful and emotional, hitting all the right notes.

LA Daily News - David Crosby keeps the songs coming

by Sandra Barrera, Los Angeles Daily News
 

David Crosby is on a song-writing streak.

 
At 74, the folk-rock pioneer, who got his start a half-century ago as a co-founder of the Byrds and the Woodstock-defining group Crosby, Stills & Nash, was at Jackson Browne’s Groove Masters studio in Santa Monica last week recording songs with a full band for one of two follow-ups to the 2014 solo release “Croz.” That last effort was praised by Rolling Stone’s David Fricke as Crosby’s “best since the first, the 1971 album ‘If I Could Only Remember My

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