Stephen Stills hasn't let the drama within Crosby Stills and Nash slow him down. He's been touring with his other band, the Rides, his band featuring Kenny Wayne Shepherd and former Electric Flag member Barry Goldberg; they're promoting their second album, Pierced Arrow. He's also preparing a new project with folk legend Judy Collins.
Stills and Collins are planning an album for summer 2017 release and they're also going to tour together from July through September. The two have worked in the studio together on a couple of occasions (notably, Stills' appearance on Collins' 1968 album Who Knows Where the Time Has Gone), but this will mark the first time they've recorded together as a duo.
The two met in 1967 and dated for two years, inspiring Stills to write 'Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," from CSN's debut album. On their summer tour, Stills and Collins will perform songs from their upcoming album along with, of course, classics from their respective catalogs.
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