Stephen Stills confirms CSNY appearance at Bridge School concert

Stephen Stills confirms CSNY appearance at Bridge School concert

Stephen Stills has confirmed that CSNY will perform at this year's Bridge School Benefit concerts.

In an interview in the Boston Globe, Stills says, "We’re doing the Bridge School Benefit with Neil at the end of October so I will see everybody then. But we were on the road for 18 months, me and David and Graham, so we’re having a little vacation."

Neil Young has recently cancelled dates on the latest tour with Crazy Horse due to an ongoing injury to guitarist Poncho Sampedro's hand.

Young has also unveiled plans for his Pono audio service, which is due to launch in 2014.

Stills and Young's bandmate, David Crosby confirmed details of his new album earlier this week on Twitter.

Meanwhile, CSNY are working on a set of their 1974 live tour, which has been has been delayed until next year.

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