David Crosby still maintains that the state of the world today could only be helped along by a Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young reunion. Crosby, who has publicly been on the outs with both Neil Young and Graham Nash, is still on good terms with Stephen Stills.
Rolling Stone asked Crosby if he believes a reunion of the quartet seems likely: “No, I really don’t. I got as out-front with it as I could. I sent an email to Neil, saying, 'Listen, I know you’re pissed at me because I slagged your girlfriend (now wife, Daryl Hannah). And I’m sorry.' I’ve apologized a couple of times publicly, but that’s not really relevant to what’s going on in the country. I said, 'What we’re faced with, and now that you’re an American too, you got to pay attention to this: Our country’s broken. We’ve got an idiot, an imbecile running the country, and taking apart good stuff left and right as fast as he can, and putting us in a very bad situation. We could have a strong voice, and we could do some real good for whoever the nominee is going to be. . . We’re faced with a horrible situation and we have a big voice, we could probably sway the outcome.”
Crosby underscored that some of CSNY's worst behavior over the decades has often been aimed at one another: “We’ve all been horrible to each other over the years. . . Neil left Stephen in the middle of a tour, twice! Twice! It was a really good email, man. It was very sincere, very straightforward. I’m not buttering his toast, trying to suck his d***. I’m just telling them what the real truth is. We’re faced with a situation where we could make a huge difference. I would love to do it. I know Stephen would love to do it, because Stephen is a very political guy and has been working with the Democratic Party his whole life. He’s very savvy about politics.”