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Graham Nash says it's the end for Crosby, Stills & Nash

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When I talked to David Crosby last month on the red carpet at the MusiCares gala for Lionel Richie , he diplomatically dodged a question about the future of CSN and simply said there were no plans for the band and that he’s working on two solo albums and a current solo tour.

Graham Nash wasn’t quite as diplomatic when he was recently asked a similar question by the Dutch magazine called Lust for Life.

According to a translation from the interview , Nash said, “You asked me if there’s more of CSN? My answer is ‘no,’ and that’s very sad, because we’re pretty good… But I am currently not so fond of David Crosby. He treated me horrible the past two years. Really, really awful… Forty-five years I've been there for him to save his ******* ass, but he treats me like I'm dirt.”

Nash, who releases the solo album “This Path Tonight” on April 15, also said in the interview that he and Crosby had a physical altercation on stage and added, “David single-handedly tore the heart out of CSNY and CSN.”

The trio performed at the Fox Theatre in 2014 .

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