Judy Collins: On ‘Everybody Knows,’ Working With Stephen Stills and Music’s Ability to Empower (The Interview)

Judy Collins: On ‘Everybody Knows,’ Working With Stephen Stills and Music’s Ability to Empower (The Interview)

Soon after their fiery two-year relationship ended, Stephen Stills wrote “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” about Judy Collins. The iconic multi-part track opened Crosby, Stills & Nash’s 1969 debut album. Collins and Stills remained friends over the decades, but only recorded together sporadically. That all changed earlier this year, as Stills and Collins combined some of […]

Stephen Stills and Judy Collins Working on an Album Together, Announce Joint Tour

Stephen Stills and Judy Collins Working on an Album Together, Announce Joint Tour

Legendary singer/songwriters Stephen Stills and Judy Collins have big plans for 2017. Namely, they’re currently working on a collaborative studio album in celebration of their 50th anniversary as colleagues and peers dating back to the Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills & Nash days. The pair are hoping to finish the album in time to release […]

Riffin’ with the Croz: David Crosby on CSNY, the Byrds, ‘Serving the Song’ and Reunions (Q&A)

Riffin’ with the Croz: David Crosby on CSNY, the Byrds, ‘Serving the Song’ and Reunions (Q&A)

When I meet up with David Crosby during rehearsals for his fall tour supporting his new solo album Lighthouse, he almost can’t contain himself about the amazing reviews the album had been getting. “Have you read the Rolling Stone review?” he asks me, almost immediately after we say hello. “Woo! Uncut was a blazer, too, […]

Turn Me On: The Rescues

Turn Me On: The Rescues

For his latest Turn Me On entry, 88.5 FM KCSN midday host Jim Nelson spotlights LA-based singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist trio The Rescues…. What started many years ago as one man inviting three of his favorite local singer/songwriters to join each other onstage at his Hollywood Hills house party soon turned into The Rescues, a working band that […]

‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Explores Business Language in the Style of CSN with ‘Mission Statement’ (Video)

‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Explores Business Language in the Style of CSN with ‘Mission Statement’ (Video)

The final installment of ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic‘s eight days of new music videos is for a track called Mission Statement – and if you listen closely, you’ll totally hear some not-so-subtle references to both the corporate world and the heyday of Crosby, Stills and Nash. (Click here to watch at WSJ before the video becomes available […]

Don Felder – Flying Solo (Interview)

Don Felder – Flying Solo (Interview)

It’s entirely appropriate that former Eagles lead guitarist Don Felder is taking part in The Soundtrack of Summer tour in support of his new solo CD, Road to Forever, along with seasoned compatriots Styx and Foreigner being that he penned the music for one of the signature summer classics, Hotel California. An extraordinarily gifted guitar […]

Classic Album Cover Outtakes (Photos)

Classic Album Cover Outtakes (Photos)

1. Bob Dylan, Freewheelin’ © Don Hunstein © Don Hunstein Captured in 1963 on the corner of 4th and Jones in Greenwich Village, Freewheelin’ featured the iconic album cover that inspired a generation of young men to “hunch their shoulders, look distant, and let the girl do the clinging.” Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo stepped […]