First a trio, then a quartet, now a duo, singer-songwriters David Crosby and Graham Nash have performed together in many combinations since 1968, with Stephen Stills and later Neil Young in and out of the mix along the way.  Now Crobsy and Nash pair up for their cross country tour which lands at Stamford Center for the Art's Palace Theater on May 22.

Inducted into the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame in 1997, Crosby and Nash's current string of performances also coincide with the launching of their new independent label, Blue Castle Records, which will also showcase their legendary vocal harmonies. Their first release on the label, "Another Stoney Evening," became available in March.

In their Palace Theatre performance, they'll be backed by a first rate group of musicians that includes: James Raymond on keyboards, Dean Parks on guitar, Kevin McCormick on bass, and Steve DiStanislao on drums. "Touring with a full band gives us the opportunity to do selections from our catalogue that Graham and I haven't performed live together before," Crosby says.  "We will also be introducing some brand new songs we've written, that have never been heard onstage or on record." Spend the evening with David Crosby and Graham Nash for a chance to hear some classic music reinvented and witness these legendary performers introduce their next phase. Their performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $56 and $80. For more information, vsit SCA's website.

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