On Tuesday David Crosby Releasing First New Solo Album in 20 Years was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) David Crosby will release Croz, his first solo album in 20 years, on January 28th in North America and the 27th in Europe. He has released a trailer featuring an interview.
The record features 11 new songs and guest appearances by Mark Knopfler and Wynton Marsalis, among others. Its release will be supported by a series of live shows in the UK, to be confirmed in due course.
Crosby says: "I've wanted to record a new album for a long time. This is a complete departure from any place I've ever been before. At my stage of life most people either feel they've said everything they've got to say, or they just get lazy. So now I have this record that's not what everybody expects."
Croz was produced by Crosby with assistance from his son James Raymond and Daniel Garcia. It will be available via Blue Castle Records, the label he formed with Graham Nash in 2011. - Watch the trailer here.