Legends • 27m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, moderator Scott Goldman talks with David Crosby about his new album, For Free, out July 23. For Free is the most recent achievement in Crosby’s unparalleled career—one that’s included co-founding such culture-defining bands as The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash (both of whom have been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame); collaborating with the likes of James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Elton John, and Carole King and gaining entrée into the illustrious Songwriters Hall of Fame. Arriving just a month before his 80th birthday, For Free finds the folk-rock legend continuing to tap into the tremendous surge of creativity he’s experienced since the making of his acclaimed 2016 album Lighthouse, this time collaborating with the likes of Michael McDonald, Donald Fagen of Steely Dan, and multi-GRAMMY Award-winning artist Sarah Jarosz.
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