The Scenic City is set to host one of the most famous supergroups to emerge from the 1960s rock scene.
Crosby, Stills and Nash will play at Memorial Auditorium on Tuesday July 10 as part of their 2012 Summer tour. Tickets will go on sale Friday April 6.
David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash first formed in 1969. Occasional band mate Neil Young, who joined the group a few years later, will apparently not be a part of the summer tour or the Chattanooga show.
In various incarnations, the group has scored major hits with "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," "Woodstock," "Ohio," "Southern Cross" and "Just A Song Before I Go." Their self-titled debut album, and follow-up "Deja Vu" are considered among the top rock albums of all time.
Post by Bryan Stone on May 2, 2012 12:53:37 GMT -5
in order of importance & relevance in today's music scene:
1. Neil Young not so close 2nd. Stills barely hanging on to 3rd David Crosby and as he has his entire career, bringing up the rear w/ Graham Nash.
CS&N would be great @ Riverbend. I feel nearly obligated to go but for $49.50 - $157.39 I'm not sure I will.
I've seen Neil Young many times and I saw Stills w/ Buffalo Springfield last year. So basically I'd be paying a steep amount to see an aging David Crosby & Graham nash and his stupid fluffy songs. Ad to that I would expect a rather old, boring, shushing, & completely seated crowd.
might have just completely talked myself out of it actually