David Crosby: CSNY’s Secret Weapon
David Crosby was known to be at turns both cranky, sweet, and brutally honest. But his talent held a turbulent CSN&Y together.
Putting Personal History “On Record”
From complicated relationships to true crime and national tragedies, songs have proven the perfect way to capture a moment in time.
The Underestimation of Stephen Stills
Stephen Stills has been a fixture for decades. But his position as a member of CSNY has overshadowed much of his other work.
“Harvest” At 50: Neil Young Finds Gold
This month marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Neil Young’s “Harvest.” We dig into this pivotal album.
More Than the Myth: The Craft of Townes Van Zandt
Townes Van Zandt influenced artists like Willie Nelson. His rocky backstory tends to overshadow his exceptional skills. Let’s change that.