Rock Survivor

In a new memoir, singer-songwriter David Crosby celebrates his tumultuous life--onstage and off

No one could accuse David Crosby of having led a boring life. A founding member of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, the veteran musician has made even more headlines for his turbulent personal life. Crosby, who appeared at Woodstock, has gone to prison for possession of a firearm and drugs, been in a serious motorcycle crash, gone broke, taken heroin, had a liver transplant and fathered six children, two of them as a sperm donor. He recounts his colorful story in his new book, Since Then: How I Survived Everything and Lived to Tell About It (Putnam), which will be...

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