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Mojo Review: Crosby, Stills and Nash

The last decade has been good to David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash. Their last DVD outing with Neil Young in 2008's CSNY's Déjà Vu was a compelling anti-war document of a group who still believe in the power of music to facilitate change. Four years on and CSN continues to play to their greatest strengths.

Crosby, Stills and Nash make AVA their house

t’s hard to say how many “baby boomers” were among the euphoric masses at AVA Amphitheater on Wednesday night. But let’s just say that most of them had been there before and probably knew just what to do. Namely, clap their hands, stomp their feet and try to sing along with the three rock legends responsible for the phrase “Crosby, Stills and Nash-like harmonies.”

Crosby, Stills & Nash: Crosby Stills & Nash 2012

Released to coincide with the veteran trio’s current tour, this double CD/DVD or Blu-ray package serves as a reasonable career summary as well as a warts-and-all document as the band enters their waning years.

CSN Carry On With a Vengeance

In an exclusive interview with MSN Music a couple of weeks back, Graham Nash made a bold assertion: "If people don't see this tour they're going to miss the best of CSN. They really are."

Premiere: Crosby, Stills and Nash Harmonize on 'As I Come of Age' (Live)

Crosby, Stills and Nash have continued their timeless legacy this summer with a massive tour and the 25-song live film CSN 2012. Here, the trio tenderly harmonize over Stills' 1975 cut "As I Come Of Age," taken from his album Stills. The melodies of Crosby and Nash add even more grace to the already delicate track.

Crosby, Stills and Nash - Park City, Kansas Concert Review

Crosby, Stills & Nash are touring in support of their new DVD, 2012. And rightly so, as the band are playing, and singing, stronger than they have in years. In fact, David Crosby was fluent, sounded amazing and even provided comic relief when addressing the crowd. Graham Nash remains impressive on all levels and Stephen Stills, a touch gruff on vocals, plays the living hell out of his guitar.