Crosby, Still & Nash legend David Crosby will release ‘Croz’, his first solo album in 20 years, in January.
‘Croz’ will be only the fourth solo album from Crosby in over 40 years. His first ‘If I Could Only Remember My Name’ was released in 1971. ‘Oh Yes I Can’ followed in 1989 and then ‘Thousand Roads’, produced by Phil Collins, in 1993.
‘Croz’ features songs co-written with his son John Raymond and Daniel Garcia. The album also features guest players including Wynton Marsalis (“Holding On To Nothing”), Mark Knopfler (“What’s Broken”), Leland Sklar (“Find A Heart”) and Steve Tavaglione (“Morning Falling,” “Find A Heart”).
Crosby will also perform a solo tour of his works including songs from The Byrds, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and CSN as well as the solo works starting January in New York. “I admit I have been lucky, but this tour is really a high point for me,” says David Crosby. “I get to go out and play this record that we have made LIVE: the studio is good but live is even better. I am going to have a blast, and I suspect anyone else who comes to see us will too.”
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