Credit: Eleanor StillsAll three members of Crosby, Stills & Nash currently are focusing on solo projects, but Graham Nash has dropped a bombshell about the current status of the group in a new interview with the Dutch magazine Lust for Life. According to a Google translation of the article, Nash says the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band is basically broken up because of a major falling-out between him and David Crosby.
"You asked me if [there will be] more of CSN? My answer is 'no,' and that's very sad, because we're pretty good," Graham told Lust for Life. "But I don't like David Crosby right now. He's been awful to me these last two years. Really, really awful."
In addition, Nash revealed that he and Crosby, with whom he also has performed and recorded as a duo on and off since the early 1970s, had a physical fight onstage last year.
"I've been there and saved his f****** ass for 45 years -- and he treats me like I'm dirt," he continued. "You can't do that to me. You can do it for a day or so, until I think you're going to come around. But when it goes on longer, and I keep getting nasty emails from him, I'm done. F*** you."
During the interview, Graham accused David of "single-handedly [tearing] the heart out" of both CSN and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. With regard to the latter group, it's been well-documented that in a 2014 interview, David made a comment that caused a major rift between him and Neil Young -- apparently calling Neil's then-new girlfriend, actress Daryl Hannah, "a purely poisonous predator." Last March, Crosby revealed in a Twitter Q&A that he'd apologized to Young about his comments, while admitting that Neil was still "pretty mad" at him.
ABC Radio reached out to Nash's publicist with regard to Graham's remarks to Lust for Life, and he said there was "no comment." Meanwhile, Nash recently discussed the current status of David and Neil's relationship with ABC Radio, although he made no mention of his own falling-out with Crosby at the time.
"It's well-known that David said some really awful comments about Neil's girlfriend…and I think it was uncalled for and I've told David many times that I thought he was completely wrong," Graham pointed out. "And he did apologize, but it was a year later. You know, when you screw up like that with your brothers, you need to get on it right away. You don't wait a year to apologize…So, you know, CSNY right now depends on whether Neil and David can even stand each other."
Nash will be releasing a new solo album titled This Path Tonight on April 15, and is touring throughout the year in support of the record. Crosby recently launched his own U.S. solo trek and recently revealed that he has two albums in the works. As for Stephen Stills, his blues-rock side project The Rides will release their second album, Pierced Arrow, on May 6, and the group has a U.S. trek lined to promote it that gets underway on May 2.
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