Crosby, Stills, & Nash reunited with Neil Young for the first time since the wrap of their 2006 Freedom Of Speech trek during last weekend's (October 26th and 27th) 27th Annual Bridge School Benefit at Mountain View, California's Shoreline Amphitheatre. Rolling Stone reported that in addition to the Woodstock legends coming together for the acoustic concerts, the shows featured Neil and wife Pegi Young, Heart, Arcade Fire, Queens Of The Stone Age, Jack Johnson, Elvis Costello, Diana Krall, My Morning Jacket, Fun., and Jenny Lewis.
On Saturday night (October 26th) Graham Nash was on hand to duet with Costello on a cover of his 1967 Hollies' classic "King Midas In Reverse." Neil Young sat in with both Jack Johnson and Arcade Fire. CSNY's nine song set featured a new Stephen Stills song, called "Don't Want Lies" and "Singer Without A Song," which Young premiered last year while on tour with Crazy Horse.
Graham Nash says that making music with Neil Young as part of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young has always led to fascinating results: "I love to make music with Neil. It's very different with Neil. Y'know, it's a very different band -- there's more edge, it's darker, it's funkier. It's just different."
CSNY's reunion setlist on October 26th, 2013 at The Bridge School Benefit:
"Just A Song Before I Go"
"Don't Want Lies"
"Singer Without A Song"
"Suite: Judy Blue Eyes"
"What Are Their Names"
"Long May You Run"
"Teach Your Children"