David Crosby isn't ruling out a Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young team-up — but he's also not holding his breath waiting for one. “Croz” is currently out on the road in support of his new album, If You Listen, which is co-billed to his collaborators, vocalist/instrumentalists Michael League, Becca Stevens, and Michelle Willis. During a chat with SFweekly.com, he explained his stance on a possible CSNY reunion, explaining, “The right approach is probably 'Never say never,' and leave the door open. I personally have no bad stuff in my heart about any of those guys and I would do it happily if it were up to me. I also feel that I only have a certain amount of time and I don’t have time to wait for anybody.”

The 77-year-old Crosby went on to day: “I need to make music now, right now. As much as I can, as often as I can, and as fast as I can. . . You won’t see this band for another year-and-a-half, probably. It’s pretty rare that we get to do it. It’s four-part harmonies pretty often, a lot of three-part, counterpoint, a lot of really advanced thinking on arrangements and a lot of jazz influence, I suppose. It’s not like anything anybody else we know about is doing.”

Amazingly, David Crosby says that he plans to take a break from slamming his socio-political nemesis Ted Nugent on Twitter, revealing, “He’s a terrible guy. But what I realized afterward, and this is kind of a disappointing thing, is that I got 10 times as many reactions to putting him down as to putting someone else up. I thought, ‘Oh, that’s characteristic of (Twitter) to be that way, I guess,’ but I don’t like it. So I’m going to do a New Year’s Resolution to try not to abuse him or Kanye West or our president or any of the other people I really despise.”

Over the past few years it's seemed as though as his peers started to slow down, David Crosby is only gaining speed and going from strength to strength with amazingly relevant albums and performances. We asked him what's bringing on the newfound burst of inspiration: “The easy money would be to say, 'Well, I was all constrangled (sic) being in that group and as soon as I got outta the group, I blossomed.' I don't know if it's that simple. I think I was actually workin' on these tunes even while I was in Crosby, Stills, & Nash — but I don't think I had a venue for 'em there. I don't think they would've been, y'know, good to do with that group. Whichever way it was — that's what happened. I quit them and I started doing this and it's been spectacular as far as the writing goes. I've been just so lucky.”

Source: Pulse of Radio