David Crosby Sells Out New York, Chicago, Washington, DC, And Los Angeles Tour Dates CROSBY'S FIRST SOLO ALBUM IN 20 YEARS "CROZ" LAUNCHES WITH EXCLUSIVE ROLLING STONE ALBUM STREAM, APPEARANCES ON JIMMY FALLON, DEEP TRACKS AND ROCKLINE
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Legendary singer-songwriter David Crosby, who is about to release his first studio album in 20 years, has sold out multiple nights at City Winery in New York and Chicago, The Barns at Wolf Trap in the Washington, DC area, and The Troubadour in Los Angeles. In anticipation of the release, Crosby will debut his new album, Croz, tonight (January 21) on Sirius XM's Deep Tracks with Jim Ladd. Rolling Stone also launched their exclusive album stream today which can be heard here http://rol.st/1f45e5H. Crosby will appear on Rockline on January 22, and on January 30, he will perform the album single, "What's Broken" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Featuring 11 new original songs, Croz will be released on January 27, 2014 internationally and January 28 in the U.S. as a digital and physical release on Blue Castle Records, the label Crosby co-founded with Graham Nash in 2011; distribution is through ADA. In support of the release, Crosby and his touring band are performing a series of concert dates in early 2014. He is playing the entire Croz album in the first set. The second set will include songs spanning his entire career. For a list of all dates, visit www.davidcrosby.com.
Crosby is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, inducted with The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash; he is also in the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In addition to his solo work, Crosby still tours and records with CSN, CSN&Y, and as a duo with Nash. He has written books— Stand and Be Counted: Making Music, Making History/The Dramatic Story of the Artists and Causes That Changed America, and the autobiographical volumes Long Time Gone and Since Then: How I Survived Everything And Lived To Tell About It.
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