David Crosby Tickets for Sale

David Crosby is famous not only for his music but also for his versatility as a multi faceted personality. He is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist and what not. He is the founding member of two seminal rock bands, The Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, popularly known as CSNY. He is still remembered for his stunning performance at Woodstock in 1969 where almost 5,00000 odd music lovers were present making tickets impossible to get. David Crosby popularized the highly influential folk-rock sound by blending the rich harmonic and acoustic approach. Crosby sold millions of his records and became popular all over the world. Yet despite his often overwhelming success, he is well known for his larger-than-life off-stage image. He was a severe drug addict and spent almost a decade battling with life.

On August 14, 1941 David Crosby was born in Los Angeles. His father Floyd Crosby was a famous cinematographer. Crosby dropped out his drama school only to pursue a career in music. He grew up in Santa Barbara, and later migrated to the south of Los Angeles. This was a time of revival of folk music. Crosby took the opportunity and contributed for the Les Baxter Balladeers. And since then there was no looking back. He extensively traveled throughout the United States as a solo singer/songwriter and gained experiences for his forthcoming musical life. In 1964, Crosby formed the Jet Set with Jim McGuinn and Gene Clark. Later on, bassist Chris Hillman and drummer Michael Clarke joined the Jet Set and it was renamed the Byrds.
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Jan 25 Thu 8:00 PM Snarky Puppy & David Crosby Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium
New York, NY
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The Byrds' trademark was 12-string guitar sound pioneered by McGuinn and Crosby's shimmering harmonies. Crosby's excellence in jazz and Indian music helped the band getting tremendous support. Following Gene Clark's departure in 1966, Crosby got more room to express his mettle. He came up with visionary compositions as "Renaissance Fair", What's Happening?", "Everybody's Been Burned" and "Tribal Gathering".These songs clearly depicted Crosby's sense of progressive style. In 1967, Crosby left the Byrds and subsequently cut a handful of solo recordings. He came in touch with singer/guitarist Stephen Stills who was an ex-member of Buffalo Springfield. Later, the duo were joined by ex-Hollies member Graham Nash and Neil young of Buffalo Springfield. They formed their band CSNY and conveyed thought-provoking social and political messages in their songs like "Woodstock" and "Ohio".

The year 1970 was a very remarkable year for Crosby. In that year Crosby released his first solo debut album, "If I Could Only Remember My Name". This album is still counted as one of the best albums of the 1970's. Apart from CSNY, Crosby exclusively cut several excellent albums with Graham Nash. And among these mention may especially made of the duo's Wind On The Water" which is still a very popular hit.

Today, Crosby sings for the band CPR. The band consists of James Raymond, Crosby's son and Jeff Pevar, the guitarist. So far the band has released three critically acclaimed albums, CPR, CPR Live at the Wiltern, and 2001's Just Like Gravity. At present the band is making tour events. If you are interested in buying tickets for his concert you can contact your on line ticket vendor.
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