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It's been more than 40 years since Crosby, Stills and Nash first harmonized in Laurel Canyon and performed their first-ever concert as a trio at the iconic Woodstock festival.

Crosby, Stills and Nash founding member, David Crosby, has garnered many gold and platinum records since then and was inducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - with the Byrds in 1991 and with Crosby, Stills and Nash in 1997.

Today, David Crosby continues to make the rounds of various venues across the country. His upcoming tour includes stops at The Barns at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Virginia; the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco; and the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California.

To stay on top of David Crosby's concerts in the future, all you need to do is to sign up for event updates through StubHub. You will be automatically notified when Crosby is headed for your neck of the woods. So what are you waiting for? Sign up today!


David Crosby Background

Hailing from Los Angeles, David Crosby started singing with his brother, Ethan, when they were in their teens. The two jammed at local clubs and beatnik coffeehouses.

In the early 1960s, Crosby decided to venture out on his own. He drifted from town to town looking for work. But it was when Crosby met Roger McGuinn, a kindred spirit and folk singer, that Crosby's world changed. Crosby and McGuinn (guitar and vocals) collaborated to form the Byrds in 1964. They were joined by Chris Hillman (bass and vocals), Gene Clark (vocals, guitar and tambourine) and Michael Clarke (drums).

In May 1965, the Byrds put out their debut single, which was a cover of Bob Dylan's Mr. Tambourine Man. The tune burst onto the charts, holding its slot as one of the Top 10 songs for 13 weeks. Two more hit singles followed, which included a contemporary version of Pete Seeger's Turn! Turn! Turn! and All I Really Want to Do. As their reputation became cemented, the authentic synthesis crafted by the group was billed, folk rock, by the music industry.

The Byrds entertained audiences for four years, consistently reinventing themselves. They came out with other highly lauded albums, including Fifth Dimension (1966) and Younger Than Yesterday (1967).

Crosby wore many hats as a member of the Byrds, playing rhythm guitar, singing and writing songs. He often assumed creative control over the band. In 1968, Crosby was banished from the group, and he walked away with the freedom to go after other musical opportunities.

A short time later, Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash met at Joni Mitchell's house in Laurel Canyon following a Hollies concert. The melodies they produced that evening led to forming a group on the spot. Together they traveled to London to rehearse and pen songs. The partnership that resulted led to one of the most successful acts of the late '60s, '70s and early '80s.

Their unique vocal blend and dynamic music approach that spanned from acoustic folk to melodic pop to hard rock, resonated well with fans, so much so that when they debuted their album in 1969, the group saw instant success!

Despite many hurdles in his life, Crosby has managed to muddle through and still maintains a successful solo career today!


David Crosby Hit Albums

David Crosby's studio albums include: If I Could Only Remember My Name; Oh Yes I Can; and Thousand Roads. Additionally, he has released: It's All Coming Back To Me Now...; King Biscuit Flower Hour; and Voyage Box Set.


David Crosby Trivia

David Crosby experienced a life-changing moment having to do with sailing at the tender age of 11. In 1967, he bought a 74-foot schooner he coined Mayan. Crosby still owns the boat and has put thousands of miles on the craft in both the Caribbean and the Pacific. Crosby said that the sailboat has inspired many songs, which include The Lee Shore, Wooden Ships, Carry Me and Page 43.


David Crosby Concert Experience

Gather up your closest friends and see if you can get several David Crosby tickets before they are all sold out. There is a reason that this guy is a legend in the music industry and you will see why when you see all of his dedicated fans.

His debut album with Crosby, Stills and Nash went platinum multiple times after being released in 1969, and its follow-up music pieces were major chart toppers as well.

If you're looking to get a hold of David Crosby tickets, look no further than StubHub! You're chance to see this eminent figure put on a live performance is just a click away!

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