In the late 1960s, veterans of the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, and the Hollies teamed up to form folk-rock’s foremost supergroup, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. On what would have been David Crosby’s 82nd.birthday, Rock historian Richie Unterberger, author of a two-volume history of 1960s folk-rock, presents highlights from the group’s heyday.Rock out to hits like CSNY’s “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” and “Long Time Gone,” Buffalo Springfield’s “Rock and Roll Woman,”the Byrds’ “Mr. Tambourine Man,” and the Hollies’ “Jennifer Eccles” along with solo performances including Neil Young’s “Only Love Can Break a Heart.”
Author and rock historian Richie Unterberger is the author of numerous rock history books, including volumes on the Beatles, the Who, the Velvet Underground, Bob Marley, and 1960s folk-rock. He teaches courses on rock and soul music history at several Bay Area colleges. His latest book, San Francisco: Portrait of a City, was published by Taschen in 2022.
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