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Crosby & Nash Cross The Pond

02:01 PM Friday 8/26/11 | |

David Crosby and Graham Nash cross The Atlantic for a fall adventure beginning in late September.

Fans can expect two shows in one with Crosby & Nash playing with a full band as well as performing strictly as a duo. The tour launches at Dublin’s Vicar Street Sept. 27, plays Belfast’s Waterfront Sept. 28; Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall Sept. 30 and Glasgow at Clyde Auditorium Oct. 1. Other stops include London (Oct. 8); Brussels (Oct. 13); Paris (Oct. 14); Berlin (Oct. 20); Stockholm (Oct. 22); Oslo (Oct. 23) and Rome (Nov. 2).

Folks who caught Crosby & Nash’s May 22 gig at the Palace Theatre in Stamford earlier this year can relive the experience when the pair’s own indie label, Blue Castle Records, releases the HDDVD “Crosby-Nash: In Concert.” Although the show has aired on HDNet, the package includes previously unreleased bonus videos of C&N’s “Immigration Man” and a performance of the nuclear-unfriendly “Don’t Dig Here.” You can also grab a download of the track from the Nash & Crosby website. “Crosby-Nash: In Concert” drops Oct. 11.

In conjunction with the tour, Blue Castle will release Another Stoney Evening in Europe next month. Released earlier this year in the U.S., the album is a recording of one of the earliest shows Crosby and Nash performed as a duo and took place Oct. 10, 1971 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.

Most shows on the fall tour are already on sale. Visit CrosbyNash.com for more information.


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