Credit: Amy GranthamGraham Nash has been embroiled in a feud with his longtime collaborator and friend David Crosby that has resulted in an indefinite hiatus for Crosby, Stills & Nash. During a visit to Tavis Smiley‘s PBS talk show this past week, Nash revealed the current status of his relationship with Crosby and talked about whether there was a chance that he’d ever work with his fellow folk-rock legend again.

“David and I have broken up as friends,” explained the 74-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer. “We have treated each other badly and it’s sad but it’s the way it is.”

Asked whether he might ever make up with Crosby, Nash said, “I don’t really know. I don’t have any desire to sing with or make music with David, but I have to tell you…if David came to me with three or four songs that broke my heart, I’d have to do real, serious thinking, because I am a musician and I do want to put positive, wonderful stuff out there.”

He added that since he didn’t have biological brothers, he considered Crosby, Stephen Stills and Neil Young to be his brothers.

“They were my brothers and sometimes we fight and sometimes we don’t,” Graham noted. “Sometimes we rise to the heights and sometimes we don’t…Right now, David and I are not talking.”

Despite their current estrangement, Nash conceded, “There’s always hope.”

Also during the show, Nash revealed that he was devastated that Donald Trump was elected president.

“My heart is bleeding for this country,” he told Smiley. “We have made, in my opinion, an incredible mistake and unfortunately it won’t be seen until the damage is done.”

You can watch Smiley’s full interview with Nash at PBS.org.

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