Earlier this year, a new documentary chronicling David Crosby‘s life and work premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT. David Crosby: Remember My Name reflects on a variety of topics including Crosby’s struggles with addiction, personal tragedies, conflicts with longtime bandmates, and much more.
David Crosby: Remember My Name also references its subject’s own work, borrowing its title from Crosby’s 1971 debut solo album. The film was directed by A.J. Eaton and produced by Cameron Crowe, who reportedly conducted numerous interviews with Crosby for his part in the project. It’s important to note that Crowe covered Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young back in 1976 when he was still just a writer for Rolling Stone.
The documentary will open in New York and Los Angeles on July 19. A nationwide release date is still yet to be announced.
Watch the official trailer for David Crosby: Remember My Name documentary below:
David Crosby: Remember My Name [Official Trailer]
[Video: Sony Pictures Classics]
David Crosby recently announced an expansive batch of late-summer tour dates, which will see the singer/songwriter hitting the road with his Sky Trails Band throughout August and September.
Crosby will be joined by his son James Raymond, who also produced 2017’s Sky Trails album and plays keyboards, along with guitarist Jeff Pevar, bassist Mai Leisz, drummer Steve DiStanislao, and vocalist/keyboardist Michelle Willis. Willis also plays with Crosby in his Lighthouse Band, along with Becca Stevens and Snarky Puppy’s Michael League.
Tickets for most of the recently announced summer tour dates go on sale this Friday, May 17th.
Head to David Crosby’s website for ticketing and more information.
David Crosby 2019 Summer Tour Dates:
August 15 Jefferson Center Roanoke, VA
August 18 Philadelphia Folk Festival Upper Salford, PA
August 20 The Kent Stage Kent, OH
August 22 Honeywell Center Wabash, IN
August 24 Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua Bayfield, WI
August 25 Fargo Theatre Fargo, ND
August 27 Belle Mehus Auditorium Bismarck, ND
August 29 The Wilma Theatre Missoula, MT
August 31 Neptune Theatre Seattle, WA
September 1 Aladdin Theatre Portland, OR
September 3 John Van Duzer Theatre Arcata, CA
September 4 Fox Forum Redwood City, CA
September 6 Uptown Theatre Napa, CA
September 8 Henry Miller Memorial Library Coastal, CA
September 10 Saban Theater Beverly Hills, CA
September 12 The Celebrity Theatre Phoenix, AZ
September 13 Red Rock Casion Resport Spa Las Vegas, NV
September 17 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, CO