-- Crosby, Stills & Nash have scheduled their first concerts of 2014. The legendary folk-rock trio will be playing shows in a variety of U.S. cities in the Midwest and Southeast throughout March. The trek currently runs from a March 4 concert in Richmond, Virginia, through a March 24 performance in Durham, North Carolina. These will be CSN's first gigs since they wrapped up an U.K. tour in late October.
The upcoming shows will feature the band playing plenty of their classic songs, as well as introducing some brand-new material. A variety of VIP and benefit packages will be made available via the group's official website. Advance tickets will go on sale at CrosbyStillsNash.com starting Wednesday at 1 p.m. ET. Crosby, Stills & Nash will donate $1 for every ticket sold to the upcoming concerts to charity.
Recently, David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash also have busied themselves with various side projects. Crosby will be releasing a new solo album titled CROZ on January 27 and will support it with a month-long tour running from late January to late February. Stills recently formed a blues-rock supergroup called The Rides that released an album titled Can't Get Enough this past August and played a bunch of shows earlier in 2013. Lastly, Nash published a memoir titled Wild Tales in September and promoted it with his own solo dates, which took place that month and in November.
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