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Crosby & Nash Play OWS Today

08:46 AM Tuesday 11/8/11 | |

Longtime musicians and activists David Crosby and Graham Nash are scheduled to perform a concert at the Occupy Wall Street protest site in Manhattan's Zuccotti Park.

The Occupy Wall Street website says the Tuesday afternoon concert will be an acoustic set of protest songs.

Crosby, a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer of Crosby Stills and Nash fame, visited the park last week.

The Occupy movement has become a popular event to visit and support for liberal-leaning celebrities.

In Oakland, MC Hammer, Raymond "Boots" Riley of hip hop group The Coup, and local rapper Mistah FAB have become a regular presence at the encampments, taking up bullhorns and staying until dawn even amid clashes with police.


  1. DeltaSucksChi wrote:

    02:20 PM, Nov 08, 2011


    Please ignore the blowhard 'DeltaSigChi4' who thinks Pollstar is his own private site for his own ego. He actually thinks everyone waits on his comments and he is a VIP at Pollstar.

  2. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    01:18 PM, Nov 08, 2011

    @JohnnyCotts Please do not refer to that alt account as 'Delta'. It is obviously an imposter created to mock the pollstar.com users while impersonating me.


  3. JohnnyCotts wrote:

    01:06 PM, Nov 08, 2011

    Delta - don't forget about the obvious song -  Ohio.  

  4. DeltaSucksChi wrote:

    12:09 PM, Nov 08, 2011


    Graham Nash has had a long history of political activism from M.U.S.E. He also recorded a songs in the 70's "Military Madness" and "Chicago"-which referenced many socio-political events of the 1970's. Nash has had 40 years of doing this kind of activism, might want to go find something out about the guy before you slag him off.

  5. JohnnyCotts wrote:

    11:31 AM, Nov 08, 2011

    @SCIslanderfan - Please read articles about the movement and use your brain.  The 1% is not simply the rich.  They are the banks and corporations who run everything.  Crosby and Nash have historically been political activists for change since the 60's.  

    This movement is not poor vs. rich.  It is about changing the system where banks get bailouts for ruining the economy, but everyday people lose their homes and don't get bailouts.  It's about how the stock market, and specifically actions like speculation trading, are wreaking havoc on the economy.  

    Crosby and Nash have nothing to do with the above.  

  6. SCIslanderfan wrote:

    11:02 AM, Nov 08, 2011

    Awesome!2 members of the 1% singing for the 99%.Does anyone out there see the irony in this?

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