When asked what the prospects were of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young reuniting, David Crosby said he’s “not the one in charge” when it comes to making decisions on the future of the band.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone the 72-year-old says he wants Neil Young to “follow his muse” — and if that happens to include going on tour again, “that’s wonderful.”
Crosby went on to say that he loves working with Young because of the way he pushes the envelope. Crosby said of Young, “he makes fantastic music.”
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young haven’t toured since their Freedom of Speech tour in 2006.
While there are no tour plans in the works, the group is continuing to put together the long-delayed live album from their 1974 tour. Crosby says he is pushing to name the album What Could Possibly Go Wrong? saying that it will bring a smile to the face of any fan who knows their history.
Crosby is also at work on a solo album of his own, his first since 1993’s Thousand Roads.
-Chris Coyle, KZOK