Credit: Henry DiltzIt’s been about a year and a half since Crosby, Stills & Nash last performed together, thanks to a nasty rift between David Crosby and Graham Nash. Looking forward, Crosby tells ABC Radio that a CSN reunion is “probably not gonna happen,” while revealing that he would consider playing with his former band mates if one of their other famous collaborators agrees to take part, too.

“It could happen for [Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young],” the 75-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of Famer maintains. “Neil [Young] could make it happen…If Neil wants to do it, I’ll do it.”

This is interesting, of course, because Crosby and Young also had a well-publicized falling out a couple years back after David made negative comments in the press about Neil’s then-new girlfriend, actress Daryl Hannah. Crosby has since apologized to Young, which apparently has opened the door for a potential CSNY reunion.

Meanwhile, since CSN’s hiatus began, Crosby has enjoyed one of the most prolific periods of his long career. This summer, the folk-rock legend will release his second solo album in less than a year, Sky Trails, and he’s currently winding down a U.S. solo trek in support of the new project.

Regarding CSN, David says, “[We were] a great band when we started it…but over 40 years it kind of slowed down to the point where it was just turn on the smoke machine and play your hits. Which is not good enough…And so, getting out of CSN really kind of opened a floodgate on new songs and recording.”

He adds, “I have great respect for those guys. They’re really good at what they do, and we did do a bunch of really good music that I’m proud of.”

Here are Crosby’s upcoming U.S. tour dates:

5/23 — Burlington, VT, Flynn Centre for the Performing Arts
5/24 — Lexington, MA, Cary Hall
5/26 — Bar Harbour, ME, Criterion Theatre
5/29 — New London, CT, Garde Arts Center

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