Super-trio Crosby, Stills & Nash's days appear to be numbered - musicians David Crosby and GRAHAM Nash are convinced they're "better" performers without their bandmate Stephen Stills.
The trio has been recording together since the late 1960s but Crosby and Nash have been making plenty of appearances without Stills of late, and, opening up about their decision to take to the stage in his absence during an appearance on U.S. chat show The View on Friday (11Nov11), Crosby and Nash insist they sound better as a duo.
Crosby explained, "It's kind of like two old fighter pilots - you know where the other guy's wing is."
And Nash agrees: "One of the things is, I don't have to think, I don't have to wonder if the guy over here is too loud, or he's out of tune. With David I can just be a musician and we fly."
Crosby and Nash thrilled Occupy Wall Street demonstrators as a duo last week (ends11Nov11) when they performed a six-song acoustic set at the movement's Zuccotti Park base.