David Crosby believes that the times call for a reunion of Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young. Both Graham Nash and Neil Young have been on the outs with Crosby for several years, with the trouble starting back in 2014 when Crosby called Young's then-girlfriend — and now wife — Daryl Hannah a "poisonous predator." Crosby has since publicly apologized. Graham Nash has gone on record numerous times about how poorly Crosby has treated him in recent years.

While at the Sundance Film Festival promoting his new critically acclaimed documentary, Remember My Name, Crosby spoke with TheWrap.com and was asked about what he would say to his estranged friend and partner, Graham Nash: ["'Probably tell him that I love him, 'cause that's the highest of the emotions that I feel about it. That's the best that I got. We sing wonderfully together and we made incredibly good music together. All four of us in that band have been horrible to each other (laughs) many times. One of us has left another of us in the middle of a tour, just hangin' — 'See ya, bye! Deal with it' We've done a lot of weird [beep] to each other. So, if I had a chance to talk to him, I'd sit down and say, 'Hey, y'know, I haven't changed, I'm still the same [beep – beep] you started with in the first place."] SOUNDCUE (:28 OC: . . . the first place)

Crosby went on to say that the public has been quite vocal about the need for CSNY to combat the country's social and political unrest: ["About once an hour I get a tweet that says, 'Listen, will you guys please quit squabbling, get together and do your job. You're the voice of our generation and we need you to speak up now, we need you out there singing 'Ohio,' we need you — clearly — saying, we disprove of what's going on with the government of the United States and how we're behaving in the world and that we're not addressing climate change. We need you to do your [beep] damn job!' I'll get 10 of those today. And they're right. Those people are right. We have a job and we should be doin' it. Our job is town crier and things are not so good."[ SOUNDCUE (:31 OC: . . . not so good)

David Crosby will next perform on February 8th, 9th, and 10th at Miami Beach's Ground Up Music Festival at the North Beach Bandshell.

Source: Pulse of Radio