Review: Crosby, Stills & Nash very free and easy in Phoenix
Ted Hansen has an awesome review of the concert. Here's a snippet:
If the shoes make the man, then what does that say about Graham Nash, who chooses to perform bare footed as he did along-side his band mates Stephen Stills and David Crosby as Crosby, Stills and Nash came to Phoenix’s Symphony Hall, Tuesday night, September 4. It most likely says that Nash is a free spirit, unrestrained by societal norms. It might be a symbol of protest from a man who has written songs such as “Chicago,” and “Almost Gone (The Ballad of Bradley Manning).” It might also be just because it feels really good.
Trying to draw a conclusion to a man’s personality by what he has on his feet is no more accurate than trying to describe Crosby, Stills and Nash by a single song. If Tuesday night’s concert, which ran over two hours plus an intermission, taught us anything, it was that Crosby, Stills and Nash are many things.
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