David Crosby and Graham Nash to guest on new David Gilmour album

Graham Nash and David Crosby are to guest on David Gilmour's new album. Nash revealed the news in an interview on the Needle Time programme on Vintage TV. Speaking about their appearance on Gilmour's album, Nash said, “What the hell would it cost you to have David Crosby and Graham Nash getting on a bloody train to Brighton to sing with you? We’re musicians. We love good songs. We’ll sing them until we are dead.”

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Graham Nash and David Crosby are to guest on David Gilmour’s new album.

Nash revealed the news in an interview on the Needle Time programme on Vintage TV.

Speaking about their appearance on Gilmour’s album, Nash said, “What the hell would it cost you to have David Crosby and Graham Nash getting on a bloody train to Brighton to sing with you? We’re musicians. We love good songs. We’ll sing them until we are dead.”

David Gilmour‘s most recent album was 2006’s On An Island.

Meanwhile, Gilmour’s former Pink Floyd colleague, Roger Waters, recently confirmed he is also working on his first rock album in 21 years. You can read the story here.


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