Why See David Crosby?
A unique evening awaits
An icon of counter culture and one third of folk's most revered supergroup, David Crosby has been honing his trademark harmonic style since the early sixties. A contemporary of Dylan, it wasn't until he began writing with The Byrds that he truly found his own voice, beginning with his first solo-record 'If Only I Could Remember My Name' in 1971. Since then, in addition to touring with Crosby,Stills & Nash and collaborating with everyone from Joni Mitchell to Phil Collins, he has fostered a strong career on his own, and now you can catch him when he takes to the stage at in , , , showcasing an entirely acoustic set.
Taking you on a voyage to his world, his entire career will be explored in this retrospective show, showcasing the beauty of the simple combination of guitar and voice.
Performance date: 7 November 2017
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