|Crosby, Stills & Nash||Huntsville, AL||Von Braun Center Concert Hall||May 22, 2013|
|Crosby, Stills & Nash||Montgomery, AL||Montgomery Performing Arts Centre||May 24, 2013|
|Crosby, Stills & Nash||Biloxi, MS||Hard Rock Live - Mississippi||May 25, 2013|
|Crosby, Stills & Nash||Tremignon, Italy||Anfiteatro Camerini||Jul 20, 2013|
When Crosby, Stills & Nash first joined together, they each had ties to different bands. David Crosby was with the Byrds, Stephen Stills was with Buffalo Springfield and Graham Nash was with the Hollies, but on one fateful day when the trio jammed together they felt musical chemistry and as each left their respective bands, they were able to form a cultural phenomenon. Crosby, Stills & Nash became one of the most popular bands of the seventies and early eighties, and millions of fans bought Crosby, Stills & Nash tickets as they toured around the country.
Crosby, Stills & Nash released their debut album, Crosby, Stills & Nash, in 1969 and it was an immediate success. The album saw two Top 40 singles and heavy radio airplay. Not long after the release, Crosby, Stills & Nash expanded and became Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young with the addition of Neil Young. They embarked on a tour soon after and quickly found their place in the history books. They played at the historic Woodstock Festival in 1969 in what was only their second public appearance and were among the most memorable acts from the event.
With Neil Young now in the fold, Crosby, Stills & Nash recorded and released their first album together entitled Déjà Vu in 1970. Again the group's popularity shined through as it climbed up the charts. Following the release, the group once again began a summer tour, but it wasn't long before the group dissolved. Over the following years, each member went their own way and worked on different projects, but fortunately for everyone, Crosby, Stills & Nash reunited in 1977 and released what was technically the trio's second studio album, CSN. No matter the year, song or album, the group's lyrics provided strong influences to their fans with their political tones that reflected problems of their era. Crosby, Stills & Nash sang about the Vietnam War, the Kent State shootings and anything else they felt strongly about.