LIVE REVIEW: CROSBY, STILLS & NASH @ HORDERN PAVILION (04.04.2012)

Photo credit: Henry Diltz

Here is a live review I wrote about the recent Crosby, Stills & Nash show as part of the Origin Blogger Competition in conjunction with Vivid Live Sydney. You could only write a 100-word review so it’s very short, but here goes:

LIVE REVIEW: CROSBY, STILLS & NASH @ HORDERN PAVILION (04.04.2012)

Crosby, Stills & Nash make music from a long time gone; organic and profound folk that continues to resonate today.

Crosby brings the weirdness, Stills the amazing riffs and Nash the harmonies. But their Hordern show saw all three creatives bring all this and more.

Like flipping through a family album of sepia photographs, old favourites like “Marrakesh Express,” “Our House” and “Love The One You’re With” were beautifully executed alongside some obscure numbers. They each possessed plenty of heart and messages, something often lacking in music today.

Ultimately, the trio left the crowd helplessly hoping for another triumphant return.

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