David Crosby Discusses Honesty, New Doc & How to Spend the Time He's Got Left


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Sitting down with UlimateClassicRock, David Crosby discussed his legacy and his new documentary, produced by Cameron Crowe. Crosby admits to a checkered past and falling out with several bandmates over the years, but says he has "no bad feelings" toward anyone. "There was a definite catharsis to going back through it all," he says. He wanted the documentary to be honest, and he didn't even ask to see the final cut. "What I’m afraid of is that it will be too shocking,” Crosby said. The former Byrd and Crosby, Stills and Nash member admits that at the age of 78 he isn't sure how much time he has left. The more significant question however, to him, is how to spend that time. He's focusing on his family and music, saying, "those are really the only two things that I’m responsible for, and that I feel a really pushing need to accomplish." The documentary, called Remember My Name will be released October 22.