David Crosby to Release New Solo Album and Embark on Tour
Crosby with Graham Nash and Phil Lesh, Photo by Dino Perrucci
David Crosby has announced that he will return to the road after releasing his first solo album of original material in twenty years. The eleven-track LP, Croz, will be released on January 28 and the American tour kicks off the same day.
Crosby claims that Croz, which was recorded over the last two years with help from Crosby’s son James Raymond and producer Daniel Garcia, will be unlike anything that he has released in the past. The legendary singer-songwriter is currently offering the album’s first track, “What’s Broken,” – featuring Mark Knopfler on guitar – as a free stream through Soundcloud.
Crosby’s short, 10-date tour will begin at the City Winery in New York on the day of the record’s release. Crosby will performed the new album in its entirety during the show’s first half, while the second half of the how will feature material from throughout Crosby’s expansive career.
David Crosby Tour Dates
January 28 New York, NY — City Winery
January 29 New York, NY — City Winery
January 31 New York, NY — City Winery
February 3 Vienna, VA — The Barn
February 4 Vienna, VA — The Barn
February 8 Chicago, IL — City Winery
February 9 Chicago, IL — City Winery
February 23 Los Angeles, CA — Troubadour
February 24 Los Angeles, CA — Troubadour
February 25 Los Angeles, CA — Troubadour