Crosby, Stills, & Nash

On May 13, 2024, many musical greats gathered at the iconic Carnegie Hall for a special tribute to Crosby, Stills & Nash. This event, presented by Michael Dorf Presents, honored their influence on popular music and raised money to support music education for underserved youth. Graham Nash was in attendance and performed during two songs.

Michael Dorf Presents is thrilled to announce the exciting addition of esteemed artists to the already stellar lineup for the 19th annual Music Of tribute concert, honoring the legendary Crosby, Stills, and Nash. Taking place on May 13, 2024 at Carnegie Hall, this exceptional evening of tribute music promises to be an unforgettable experience for music enthusiasts while raising proceeds to support music education for underserved youth.

Michael Dorf Presents is thrilled to announce a stellar lineup of artists for the 19th annual Music Of tribute concert, this year honoring the music of the legendary Crosby, Stills, and Nash. Set against the backdrop of the iconic Carnegie Hall on May 13, 2024, The Music of Crosby, Stills and Nash not only promises to be a night of unforgettable performances; it also supports a noble cause, directing proceeds to music education for underserved youth.

Today, Michael Dorf Presents announces that the 19th annual Music Of tribute concert – this year celebrating the timeless music of Crosby, Stills and Nash – will take place at the prestigious Carnegie Hall on May 13, 2024. This highly anticipated event comes on the heels of last-year’s sold-out Paul McCartney tribute concert, continuing the tradition of honoring legendary artists and their extensive songbooks while supporting music education for underserved youth.

Today, January 3rd, 2024, marks the birthday of a musical luminary whose contributions to the fabric of American music are as vibrant as they are enduring. Stephen Stills, a master of melody and a connoisseur of chords, has been a guiding force in the realm of rock, folk, and blues for over half a century. As we at Grateful Web pay homage to his extraordinary journey, we delve deep into the legacy of a man who not only shaped music but also touched the hearts of millions.

David Crosby would have been proud of the mass musical assembly in Santa Barbara on August 20th to Celebrate his life at the “Stand And Be Counted” tribute concert. Many onstage and in the sold-out audience wondered (some out loud) whether Crosby was looking down, playing a mischievous joke. He may have sent the first tropical storm to the area since 1939, as well as a nearby earthquake, to put his stamp on the unique one-night performance.

Graham Nash, the venerable icon of classic rock, graced the stage once again for a two-night, sold-out spectacle at the Lobero Theatre on the 15th and 16th of July. The extraordinary performance was a significant part of the theatre's 150th-anniversary festivities, adding an air of timeless charm to the historical milestone. The last time Nash's resonant melodies filled the theatre was in 2018, a memory that added a nostalgic touch to his return.

Last year, Graham Nash announced an extensive 27-stop coast-to-coast tour that would bring the living legend all across the United States to deliver multi-generational songs for those looking for inspiration and insight from the renowned artist. Detailing a program that would see him visit intimate venues with seated audience experiences, fans everywhere were excited to have an opportunity to take in personal stories and hear the songs that have for many been a personal soundtrack.

If ever there were a time to appreciate the endurance of music, it was last night at the venerable Chautauqua Auditorium in Boulder, where legendary singer-songwriter Graham Nash graced the stage for his "Sixty Years of Songs and Stories" Tour. As the auditorium celebrates its 125th anniversary, Nash's compelling performance painted a vivid portrait of his life and a poignant reminder of the transcendental power of music.

Singer/songwriter/guitarist David Crosby, who passed away on Wednesday, January 18, at age 81, was a Renaissance Man among musicians. When a good many artists of his generation stopped producing meaningful new music as they entered their ‘Golden Years’ – and were apparently content to ride on the coattails of their own career, it seemed that he was only getting started.

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