CSNY Comeback? David Crosby Calls For Reunion With Stills, Nash And Young (Video)

Rock legend David Crosby reached out to his estranged bandmates Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young and said he’d love to make music with them again.

“I want to work with all four of us. That’s what I want to do,” the singer said Sunday during an interview at TheWrap studio following the Sundance premiere of the new documentary “David Crosby: Remember My Name.”

“I’ll take more blame than anybody for being a s—head to my friends in that group,” he added.

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Asked what he would say to his longtime friend Nash if he had the chance to speak with him, Crosby, 77, said: “I’d probably tell him I love him. It’s the highest of the emotions I feel about them. It’s the best I’ve got.”

Crosby, Stills and Nash broke up in 2016 after old resentments and fresh wounds exploded in a final rupture, and they haven’t spoken since then.

Crosby went on: “If I had a chance to talk to him [Nash] I’d sit down and say: ‘I haven’t changed, I’m the same f—up you started with in the first place. Here I am. I’m trying to be a decent guy. And if you want to make some music, I’d love to.'”

But Crosby went on to say he would really like to see CSNY — the band including Neil Young — play together again. Young has not spoken to Crosby since he learned of a derogatory remark Crosby made about Daryl Hannah, who Young married last year.

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David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash appear in “David Crosby: Croz Was Here” by AJ Eaton, an official selection of the U.S. Documentary Competition at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. Courtesy of Sundance | photo by Henry Diltz

Crosby is in a confessional mood. In “David Crosby: Remember My Name,” a new documentary about his life produced by Cameron Crowe and directed by A.J. Eaton, the musician speaks candidly about his regrets, his drug addiction and the price paid by friends, fellow musicians and former girlfriends for his past choices.

The comments are all the more piercing because the interviews in the film are done by Crowe, the director who started his career as a teenage writer for Rolling Stone and has known Crosby since then.

In his interview at TheWrap studio at the festival, Crowe said that Crosby was at a stage of life when he seemed ready to be open about his past.

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“One of the things that really touches me in the movie is when Graham says, ‘I talked to him every day for that amount of time,'” Crowe said. “When he goes to an elemental place it’s not about other things, it’s about — every day he got to talk with you. And that feels like a hole. It’s a palpable thing every time I see the movie.”

Crosby responded: “We were not only good friends but brothers for a long time. That’s real. It’s clear in my head, I haven’t forgotten.”

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  • "After the Wedding"

    Filmmaker Bart Freundlich has enlisted esteemed actresses Julianne Moore and Michelle Williams to lead this adaptation of Danish director Susanne Bier's Oscar-winning film of the same name. After being invited to the wedding of Theresa’s (Moore) daughter, Isabel (Williams) discovers a connection to Theresa that takes her on an unexpected journey into her own past.

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    Alfre Woodard stars as the warden of a maximum-security prison, who, after striking up a bond with an inmate, is confronted with the complex and often contradictory relationship between good intentions and unrequited desires.

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    Almost two years in the making, Joe Berlinger's take on the notorious serial killer Ted Bundy is finally hitting the big screen. Zac Efron stars as Bundy, and the film will be told from the perspective of Bundy’s longtime girlfriend, Elizabeth, who went years denying the accusations against him, but ultimately turned him into the police. Lily Collins plays Elizabeth. The film also stars Jim Parsons, Haley Joel Osment and Kaya Scodelario.

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  • "Honey Boy"

    Shia LaBeouf wrote the screenplay for this film, based on his childhood and his relationship with his father. Directed by Alma Har'el, "Honey Boy" also stars Lucas Hedges, FKA Twigs and Noah Jupe.

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    If you want to feel uncomfortable yet completely fascinated by a film, "Imaginary Order" is the one for you. It follows a suburban mom, played by Wendi McLendon-Covey, who makes mistake after mistake and her psyche crumbles in the aftermath.

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    Documentaries continue to be huge, and this one details the struggles and meteoric rise of young Puerto Rican bartender Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from the Bronx to toppling incumbents in an electric primary race for Congress.

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  • "Leaving Neverland"

    Described as gut-wrenching, this documentary uses interviews with the now-adult men and their families of those who have accused Michael Jackson of sexual abuse to craft a portrait of one of the world's most celebrated icons. HBO will release this doc in the spring.

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    Renowned African-American history and culture visual artist Rashid Johnson and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks craft a contemporary reworking of Richard Wright’s 1940 novel, bringing its interrogation of fear, violence, race and circumstance into a critical modern context. A24 is the distributor.

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  • "The Great Hack"

     In 2018, Facebook came under fire many times for its use and misuse of users' personal data. That was never more apparent than the explosive Cambridge Analytica/Facebook data breach that this doc explores. Netflix will distribute this documentary. 

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    Hot off his awards run for "BlacKkKlansman," Adam Driver is back in "The Report" alongside Jon Hamm, Jennifer Morrison and Maura Tierney. The film, directed by Scott Z. Burns, follows CIA agents and their interrogation tactics in the quest to find those behind the 9/11 attacks.

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    This psychological drama stars Kelvin Harrison Jr., Octavia Spencer and Naomi Watts. It follows a couple that is forced to reevaluate the image of their adopted son after his high school teacher finds something alarming in his locker. 

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