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Legendary performer David Crosby, known for his soulful music, has moved shows in February that were scheduled to be performed in California.
Crosby received a heart transplant last year. According to the Chicago Tribune, Crosby said, "I am an incredibly lucky human being. I've got a great family, I've got a fantastic job, and I was supposed to dead 20 years ago."
Fans in California will have to wait a few months to see the concert by the man who was part of the group Crosby, Stills, and Nash. Concerts in San Francisco and West Hollywood will now have dates in April. Crosby should be ready to tour again by March. According to the Associated Press, Crosby says he'll be ready to perform with Crosby, Stills and Nash in Richmond, Virginia on March 4.
Crosby will be performing new and old songs in the upcoming tour. It’s likely that he will play songs from his first solo album released in 1971, If I Could Only Remember My Name. Some of Crosby’s newest tunes from his solo work include the song, “Morning Falling.”
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