David Crosby remains busier than ever at 80-years-old. He's been receiving raves for his recently released album, For Free, and just announced a deluxe 50th anniversary edition of his 1971 solo debut, If I Could Only Remember My Name, which is due out on October 15th.
Crosby was asked about a possible reunion between Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young, and explained, “No, and I don’t expect there to be — the petty-assed bull*** that goes on between us as people. Neil (Young) has got a genuine beef. I did say something bad about his girlfriend (the actor Daryl Hannah, now Young’s wife). I said I thought she was a predator. OK, he can be mad at me. That’s all right. Graham (Nash) just changed from the guy I thought was my best friend to being a guy that is definitely my enemy, so I don’t see any future there at all.”
Crosby went on to say, “I’m a very liberal guy and a modern thinker in terms of politics. Neil doesn’t really do politics. He does Neil. . . He’s probably the most self-centered, self-obsessed, selfish person I know. He only thinks about Neil, period. That’s the only person he’ll consider. Ever!” When pressed as to whether Young would agree with that, Crosby answered, “Probably. He knows himself pretty well.”