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    Chaim, yes, we saw a concert on YouTube where they were quite adamant. I don't remember which one I watched now. It changed my thoughts about how wonderful they were as people though.
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    I saw a interview in 2016 with Graham Nash. He stated then he would never perform with David Crosby again. He sounded REALLY pissed off at him. As a side note, Graham also stated he had been unhappy in his marriage for many years before he was divorced. He stated with the deaths of Glenn and David B. he realized life was short and he had to do what made him happy. I think he had been dating the new wife for a year or two at the time of the interview.

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    Graham is also political in concert. At a concert of his I attended a couple of years ago in Fort Lauderdale, he announced he wrote a song about Michael Brown, whose shooting by police triggered riots in Ferguson, Missouri. The disapproving roar from the audience seemed to knock Graham back on his heels for a moment, but he soon recovered himself and clarified, "Hey listen, I support the police."

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightMistBlue View Post
    Graham is also political in concert. At a concert of his I attended a couple of years ago in Fort Lauderdale, he announced he wrote a song about Michael Brown, whose shooting by police triggered riots in Ferguson, Missouri. The disapproving roar from the audience seemed to knock Graham back on his heels for a moment, but he soon recovered himself and clarified, "Hey listen, I support the police."
    Hi NMB, how have you been ? I have never seen them(CSN&Y) in concert. I don't like when rock stars start talking politics at their shows. Did you enjoy Graham's show ?

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    Hello New Kid! I did enjoy Graham's show. He had just turned 73 I believe, and it was remarkable how fine his voice sounded. He's maybe lost a little bit in his highest range, but he's really singing well and writing well too. "This Path Tonight" has some outstanding songs, particularly the title track and "Myself At Last."

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