Stephen Stills has seen (and been through) it all—from mainstream success with Buffalo Springfield to becoming an international icon for his work David Crosby, Graham Nash, and sometimes Neil Young (collectively CSN and CSNY), where he wrote songs like “For What It’s Worth” and “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes.” But as he finishes up a short tour, Stills is going back to his roots as a solo performer, when he penned and sang hits like “Love the One You’re With.” Even pushing 70 and having survived a cancer scare back in 2008, Stills continues to test boundaries—exactly what made one of the biggest American classic rock stars. Last year alone, he released an album with blues band The Rides, and also put out an 83-song anthology that unearthed 25 unheard songs, leaving fans to wonder what other material he's hiding in his vault. Don't miss his show at the Coach House tonight.
Mon., June 2, 8 p.m., 2014
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