Few people went through wild ups and downs in life than David Crosby. The legendary singer / songwriter Byrds / CSNY has gone through Texas for months, drug addiction and alcohol addiction, the sudden death of his girlfriend, liver transplants, bitter breaks in his religious stripe, serious financial hardship and medical illnesses such as like diabetes and hepatitis C. Anyway, at the age of 77, he not only lived to tell these tales, but he wrote some of the best music of his car. Over the past ninety years, he has released four solo albums that take place there with the best works of the sixties and seventies. You can see him on tour later this year with his Sky Trails group, including a visit to Woodstock 50 years after he played on the original.
He also adapted to the age of social media better than any rock star of his generation. Since joining Twitter in 201
This is a combination of life experience, heavy blows and cruel honesty. An ideal choice for your latest concert: Rolling Stone Journalist-Consultant. His column, which we call Ask Croz, will make a debut in Rolling Stone's June issue and you can ask.
There are problems in your favorite life? Struggling to keep your drinking habit under control? Want to know how to do this in the music industry? Ask Croz! You can send it by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or just print it out with #AskCroz hashtag.
No question is too serious, and the question is not too funny. Croz to the field, regardless of matter in your mind.