David Crosby maintains that the decision for a Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young reunion falls squarely at the feet of Neil Young. Ultimate Classic Rock posted Crosby's quotes from his recent appearance on TheLarsonPage.com podcast where he said of his former bandmates, "I think those are dead issues. I don’t think you’re ever going to see those again. None of those guys like me and frankly I don’t see any forward motion there. . . I can’t wait around for Neil to change his mind. And he’s the one. You have to understand: there’s 20,000 people in a stadium to see CSNY and Neil puts 10,000 of them in there. So he’s in charge. I’m not. When he wants to do it, he’ll call us. If I’m not busy, I’ll do it."

When pressed by host Keith Larson as to why Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, and Neil Young "don't like Him," Crosby said, "Y'know, I think you have to ask them. When you get together and you’re a band, you’re sort of in love with each other and you like each other’s material and you’re very excited about the whole thing. And that’s how we started out and we were very f***ing good. We did a good job; we made some great music. 40 years later, when the band has devolved to the point of 'turn on the smoke machine and play your hits,' it’s no fun. They don’t like me and I want to play a different kind of music, more complex than they like, and it’s always been a rub and I don’t feel like there’s a place there I can take my music and have it served well to become records. I need better players than that. It just doesn’t work. I can’t wait around for them."

David Crosby told us that it was clear that CSNY was never going to remain a band for very long due to the fact that Neil Young always had several other musical projects cooking on the back burner: "Y’know, you gotta understand, Neil didn’t mean to join a band. To Neil, CSNY was a stepping stone. Y’know, he intended to have a solo career. He had seen what being in the Buffalo Springfield was like, he liked being by himself much better, he had Harvest ready to go when we were doing (CSNY) and he had every intention of moving on. And all of us had thoughts like that. I knew that Nash and I had something special and I knew that we could go out and do Crosby-Nash anytime and it would be good. It would be really good music." :

September 19 - Austin, TX - Paramount Theatre
September 20 - The Woodlands, TX - The Big Barn
September 21 - Arlington, TX - Arlington Music Hall
September 23 - Boulder, CO - Chautauqua Auditorium
September 24 - Estes Park, CO - The Stanley Hotel
September 25 - Steamboat Springs, CO - Strings Music Pavilion

September 27 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Commonwealth Room
September 29 - Stateline, NV - MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa
October 1 - Edmonds, WA - Edmonds Center for the Arts
October 2 - Portland, OR - Aladdin Theater
October 3 - Redding, CA - Cascade Theatre
October 5 - Sacramento, CA - Crest Sacramento
October 7 - Golden State Theater - Monterey, CA
Pctober 9 - Santa Barbara, CA - Lobero Theatre
October 10 - Fresno, CA - Tower Theatre
October 11 - Los Angeles, CA - The Theatre at Ace Hotel

October 13 - San Diego, CA - Humphreys Concerts By The Bay
October 15 - Scottsdale, AZ - Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
October 16 - Tucson, AZ - Fox Theatre
October 17 - Santa Fe, NM - The Lensic

AUDIO: GRAHAM NASH ON TOURING SOLO
AUDIO: DAVID CROSBY ON NEIL YOUNG HAVING A SOLO CAREER