Crosby & Nash Releasing First Album As Duo In Years

David Crosby and Graham Nash will release their first album as a duo in 28 years Aug. 10 via Sanctuary. Recorded earlier this year in Los Angeles, the two-disc, 20-track “Crosby-Nash” was produced by the artists and the father/son team of Russell and Nathaniel Kunkel. Russ Kunkel, who played drums on 1972’s “Crosby & Nash,” also contributes to the new album, as does guitarist Dean Parks, bassist Leland Sklar and Crosby’s son, James Raymond, his bandmate in the group CPR.

Crosby and Nash, who have released three previous albums a duo, will kick off a tour with Stephen Stills as Crosby, Stills & Nash July 1 in Prior Lake, Minn. At some point following that outing’s Sept. 22 close in Woodinville, Wash., they will stage a tour in support of “Crosby-Nash.”


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