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David Crosby preparing for tour

David Crosby preparing for tour

ON THE ROAD AGAIN:David Crosby is going on tour with Crosby, Stills and Nash. Photo: Associated Press

VIENNA, Va. (AP) — David Crosby listens to the upcoming Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young boxed set and wonders how they pulled it off. Crosby says, “At that point, we were so fearless. We would do anything and we did.”

The set “CSNY 1974” contains 40 live tracks from their 1974 tour.

It comes out next week, exactly 40 years since the first date of the tour.

Meanwhile, Crosby, Stills and Nash will begin a summer tour tomorrow in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

When asked what’s the difference between a CSN tour and his solo tour, Crosby says he makes money on a CSN tour.

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