Credit: Django CrosbyIt’s a prolific time for David Crosby, who recently revealed that he’s working on not one but two follow-up albums to his 2014 studio effort, Croz. Last Monday, February 15, the folk-rock legend posted a message on his Twitter feed that read, “First of two solo records is done…second starts tomorrow.”

Earlier this month, Crosby told Rolling Stone that he was collaborating with Michael League of the New York City-based jazz fusion ensemble Snarky Puppy on his upcoming solo album.

“Michael is producing, writing, playing and singing with me on the new solo record we are making,” David reported.

Crosby has been a big supporter of Snarky Puppy over the last few years, and he is featured on the group’s just-released live album and DVD, Family Dinner, Vol. 2, which was recorded at Esplanade Studios in New Orleans. David performs a new original song called “Somebody Home” with the group, and you can check out a video of the performance at and on YouTube.

Snarky Puppy won a Grammy in the Best Contemporary Instrumental Album category this year for Sylva, a collaboration with the Dutch pop-jazz orchestra Metropole Orkest.

Meanwhile, as previously reported Crosby will mount a North American solo acoustic tour next month that runs from a March 5 show in Costa Mesa, California, through a March 27 concert in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Here are all of the dates on the trek:

3/5 — Costa Mesa, CA, Segerstrom Hall
3/7 — Thousand Oaks, CA, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
3/9 — Berkeley, CA, Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse
3/10 — Berkeley, CA, Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse
3/12 — Portland, OR, Aladdin Theater
3/13 — Yakima, WA, Capitol Theatre
3/15 — Seattle, WA, Neptune Theatre
3/16 — Victoria, BC, Canada, Royal Theatre
3/18 — Spokane, WA, Bing Crosby Theater
3/20 — Napa, CA, Uptown Theatre
3/22 — Santa Barbara, CA, Granada Theatre
3/23 — San Diego, CA, Balboa Theatre
3/25 — Tucson, AZ, Fox Tucson Theatre
3/26 — Scottsdale, AZ, Talking Stick Resort & Casino
3/27 — Santa Fe, NM, The Lensic Performing Arts Center

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