The feud between musicians Graham Nash and David Crosby of the iconic rock group Crosby, Still, Nash and Young is, by now, legendary among classic rock fans. In an interview last year, Nash said his former bandmate “tore the heart out” of CSNY. Fans’ hopes for another reunion never appeared so dim.
But now, with the election of President Donald Trump in November, Nash has indicated that he and his bandmates might be able to put their animosity for each other aside for the greater good — and their apparent mutual dislike of Trump.
“Here’s how I feel about it: I believe that the issues that are keeping us apart pale in comparison to the good that we can do if we get out there and start talking about what’s happening,” the 75-year-old told Variety in an interview this week.
“So I’d be totally up for it even though I’m not talking to David and neither is Neil. But I think that we’re smart people in the end and I think we realize the good that we can do,” he added.