Their opener was “Carry On,” a song about moving onward through loss, pain and changes: “To sing the blues you’ve got to live the tunes and carry on.” About 5,000 people spent Thursday night at Starlight Theatre, reliving the tunes of David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash. The trio, backed by a five-piece band that included Crosby’s son James Raymond, reprised some of its best-known songs, covered a few tunes and introduced a few new ones, some of them as socio-political as anything they’ve been associated with. Crosby and Nash are 70; Stills is 67. Time has taken its...
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