David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash are musical forces to be reckoned with both individually and collectively, even without their occasional fourth collaborator, Neil Young. Coming out of the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, and the Hollies, respectively, Crosby, Stills & Nash carved a harmony-laden niche for themselves beginning in the late 1960s.
CSN had their finger on the pulse of their generation, both politically and culturally, crafting songs that spoke to the masses. Musically, the signature three-part harmonies topped a variety of styles from folk to rock, depending on the needs of the song.
The trio's eponymous debut arrived in 1969 and wasted no time cutting through the noise. An appearance at Woodstock (including Young who had previously been in Buffalo Springfield) was part of their first tour.
As CSNY, they issued Déjà Vu in 1970 and made it to the top of the charts. Another round of touring ended in both a band break-up and a double live album, Four Way Street, which also hit number one.
The foursome would take a few years away from each other before regrouping for a 1974 summer tour. Though they managed to not record any new material, CSNY culled the So Far compilation and, once again, topped the charts.
Three years later, it was back to basics... and CSN, sans Y. The album did big business, but the musicians took their time in coming out with Daylight Again in 1982.
The band got stalled by personal problems, with Crosby battling drug addiction and legal woes. He even spent a year in jail, from 1985 to 1986. A newly sober Crosby made his way back, as did Young, and CSNY entered the studio to record American Dream in 1988.
Their next effort was a CSN project, 1990's Live It Up. The album didn't break any records, but their tours always sold well. In 1994, on the anniversary of their 25 years in various configurations, CSN hit the road behind yet another new album, After the Storm.
Five years later, Young came around for 1999's Looking Forward and the subsequent CSNY2K tour. They toured again in 2006 supporting Young's Living with War solo album and followed that up in 2009 with their own Demos release.
CSN was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1997, marking the second induction for each of the members. Neil Young has also been inducted twice – as a solo artist and as a member of Buffalo Springfield.
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