Much to Graham Nash's surprise - "I'm amazed that we're still alive," he admits - CSN is back out on the road.

By Mike Greenblatt
Goldmine Magazine
"Suite' Harmony"

At 71, Graham Nash is still every inch the rock star: handsome as hell, lean with a shock of thick (albeit white) hair, comfortable in his skin and appreciative of the adulation heaped his way. This evening, he is rested, expansive, friendly and articulate as he receives Goldmine in his hotel room, excited to talk about “CSN 2012.” The two-CD and DVD package highlights performances in San Luis Obispo, Calif., proves that not only do Nash, David Crosby and Stephen Stills have the balls to tackle “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” “Helplessly Hoping,” “Our House,” “Teach Your Children,” Déjà Vu,” “Wooden Ships” and “Guinnevere,” but that their collective muse is still with them, as evidenced by new songs “In Your Name,” “Radio” and “Almost Gone.”