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On September 14, 1974,  Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young performed at Wembley Stadium in London. One of the latter stops on the legendary tour, the three hour show consisted of three sets, and featured songs from their 1970 album, as well as solo material from each band member. Joni Mitchell and baby Chris Stills also made guest appearances. 

The Woodstock Show

August 19, 1969 ~ Mere hours after the epic festival, Crosby, Stills and Nash appear on the Dick Cavett Show, giving a first-hand account of the Woodstock festival that took place over the weekend. Joni Mitchell, who skipped the festival to make sure she could keep her appearance on the show, performs a song she wrote about it called “Woodstock” and also “Chelsea Morning.” The Jefferson Airplane appear, too, and Grace more than a few times calls Dick Cavette “Jim.” Finally, Cavette responds, “You’ve got to learn my name, Miss, Joplin!”

An Anguished Cover of Neil Young’s “Ohio” by Jon Batiste, Leon Bridges, and Gary Clark, Jr. 

Recently, “Ohio” was thoughtfully reimagined by Leon Bridges, Gary Clark, Jr., and Jon Batiste, as part of a playlist curated by Spotify called “Echoes of Vietnam,” inspired by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s* new PBS documentary series about the era.

Source: An Anguished Cover of Neil Young’s “Ohio” by Jon Batiste, Leon Bridges, and Gary Clark, Jr. | The New Yorker