Stephen Stills says he doesn't expect to tour anytime in the future, but the rock ‘n roll legend is still playing.
Stills told Rolling Stone that he gets together to jam with Neil Young every Wednesday. He said, “We’re proving the adage that Rust Never Sleeps. We hang out in the studio. We play old songs. We play other people’s songs. We just play together, the two of us. We go back and rediscover old Buffalo Springfield songs and then just play them on the natch. We then listen to the records and go, ‘Oh God, we missed that by a mile.’ But we do it every week. Shakey and I have always gotten along great.”
On the topic of Buffalo Springfield, Stills said he and Young recently got together with the group's other surviving member, Richie Furay, to do an interview for his documentary. He said, “It was hilarious to remember all that stuff."
Stills also has plans for a documentary and a possible memoir, which he's put off for the time being.He also continues to write songs. He said, “At this age, it’s done one day at a time and one song at a time. I’m trying to write new songs since there’s a lot to write about these days. They fall out when they do. When I get four or five, I’ll think about recording them. It’s not work. It’s waiting.”
[Source: Classic Hits Today]