Synopsis by Matthew Tobey
Arguably one of the most important and influential American bands in rock history, Crosby, Stills & Nash took the music world by storm at the close of the 1960s only to break up by the start of the '70s. Luckily for fans of their melodic brand of folk-rock, the outfit reformed in 1977. A record of the tour supporting their second post-reunion studio album, Crosby, Stills & Nash: Daylight Again was shot over three November 1982 performances at the New Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles. Some of the songs performed include "Southern Cross," "For What It's Worth," "Love the One You're With," and "Teach Your Children."
band [music group], concert-tours, folk-rock, reunion-concert, rock-music