David Crosby Enjoys Solo Freedom

David Crosby

(Classic Rock) David Crosby says there's a "freedom" to having a solo career which he didn't experience when he was in his previous bands. The singer-songwriter, who was a founding member of Crosby, Stills and Nash, says he "strongly" felt the need to carve his own path in the music industry to progress.

He tells Canoe: "There's a freedom to going solo. I have enjoyed being in the bands I've been in. They've been good bands and they've been successful.

"But after a while, you get tired of it. And it kind of devolves to the point where you turn on the smoke machine and play your hits. That's not really good enough.

"There's no forward motion - and I need that. I need it very strongly. I need to keep making new music. And I need to feel like I'm having fun." here.

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