I enjoyed Crosby's stuff with the Byrds and his stuff in the early 70s. His first solo album is quite good if you like that California folk rock sound.
Buckle up for non stop headlines about 60s musicians kicking the bucket now that those who are left are into their 80s. Folks like CSN, Grace Slick, Jagger and Richards, Ringo and Paul... Basically what boomers considered rock royalty for the last 50-60 years. As someone much younger who marinated in that era of music, it's going to be a little weird when all those folks are long gone.
Gallagher, Comedian Known for Smashing Watermelons, Dies at 76 Gallagher, the inventive prop comedian known for smashing watermelons as part of his act, died Friday of organ failure, his former manager Craig Marquardo confirmed to Variety. He was 76. Gallagher had been in hospice care in...
"Crosby was a child of Hollywood privilege. He was the son of cinematographer Floyd Crosby, who won an Oscar for his work on F.W. Murnau’s 1931 feature “Tabu.” Raised in L.A. and Santa Barbara, he was an indifferent student who gravitated to acting and music at an early age."