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David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash have been inducted into the US US Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York this week (June 18).

CSN are only the second-ever group to be inducted together (out of 350 inductees), after Queen, listed separately as well as together.

The group, who are celebrating the 40th anniversary since their Woodstock debut performance helped celebrate at what was the 40th ceremony of induction for the Hall of Fame.

Other honours in the 2009 ceremony went to artists including Tom Jones, Bon Jovi and Jason Mraz who picked up a special award as a ‘future inductee tip.’

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