CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG: Any chance of a reunion?
Although Neil Young and Graham Nash aren't on good terms with David Crosby, Young won't rule out an eventual Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young reunion.
He tells Mojo, "I think CSNY has every chance of getting together again. I’m not against it. There’s been a lot of bad things happen among us, and a lot of things have to be settled. But that’s what brothers and families are all about. We’ll see what happens. I’m open. I don’t think I’m a major obstacle.”
We reached out to Nash and Crosby for comments, but have yet to hear back.
CSNY last played together in 2013 at Young's annual Bridge School benefit.
David Crosby and Graham Nash have both responded to requests for a comment after Neil Young told Mojo magazine that he won't rule out an eventual Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young reunion.
Crosby, who ticked off Young when he made disparaging remarks about his girlfriend, actress Daryl Hannah, tells us the idea "sounds fine to me."
And Nash, who isn't on speaking terms with Crosby either, is also up for it -- but it can't just be a cash grab. "We would have to regroup around something important...something that was bigger than all of us... Like Trump for instance..." And Graham is not talking about doing something in support of the President.
PETER FRAMPTON AND STEVE MILLER: Set to hit the road this summer
The two guitarists met in London in the late '60s and have played together over the years. Miller says, "[Peter] always sets the musical bar high. His band always knocks me out and I’m thrilled we are going to spend the summer together doing a great run of concerts."
Frampton adds, "I have been a huge admirer of [Steve's] multiple talents: singing, writing and, of course, his amazing guitar playing. Steve has already asked if I will come and jam on a few tunes during his set. ‘YES PLEASE!’ was my very quick answer! Music is all about having fun and playing from the heart. I can guarantee you much fun will be had by all on this tour.”
The tour starts on June 15th in Holmdel, New Jersey and runs through August 13th in Murphys, California.
BILL MEDLEY: Murder of his ex-wife has finally been solved
The cold-case murder of Bill Medley's ex-wife has finally been solved.
Monday, on the 41st anniversary of Karen Klaas' killing, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department named a suspect. But there was no high profile arrest and there will be no trial. The suspect Kenneth Troyer was killed in a shootout with police in 1982, after escaping prison, where he was serving time for burglary. He was also suspected in several sexual assaults.
Klaas, then 32, was found beaten, raped and strangled at her Hermosa Beach home on January 30th, 1976. After being comatose for five days, she died from her injuries.
The key to concluding the case was familial DNA testing. This controversial technique involved testing a relative of the suspect.
Bill and his son Darrin appeared at a Monday news conference. Long afraid the case would never be solved, The Righteous Brothers legend told reporters, "It has been a long road, and we are just thrilled we can close the book... It was something you were hoping for for 40 years, and all of a sudden they said, ‘We got him.’” (People)