Graham Nash on the death of David Crosby and moments together



by SEAD DEDOVIC

Graham Nash on the death of David Crosby and moments together

David Crosby is one of the greats who passed away after a battle with COVID. Throughout Crosby's life, he has been a fighter, but this time the disease was stronger and more powerful than ever before. There have already been three months since the passing of Crosby, and in one of the podcasts, Graham Nash, his former bandmate, spoke about the passing of his friend and the illness which led to his death.


“He was rehearsing for a show to do in Los Angeles with a full band,” Nash said taking on Kyle Meredith With podcast, as quoted by yahoo.com “After three days of rehearsals, he felt a little sick. And he’d already had COVID, and he had COVID again.

And so he went home and decided that he would take a nap, and he never woke up. But he died in his bed, and that is fantastic."


Graham Nash and Crosby

Graham Nash and Crosby experienced many moments together in life. Crosby had a great life full of great memories.

Nash is happy because of all the memories together and the fact that Crosby was his friend. "Some expected David to pass 20 years ago, the fact that he made it to 81 was astonishing. I am pleased that me and Crosby were growing closer in recent years.

He had a good life. What incredible music he made. He was a fantastic storyteller. I loved him dearly, and looking back, what separated us ... it was just foolish stuff, really." Crosby has already had a fight with COVID before, and in one interview he talked about how difficult it is to fight with it.

"COVID is a very weird disease. It makes you feel absolutely freaking awful. It has been thoroughly unpleasant … it’s no fun at all," Crosby said. "You want to avoid it if you possibly can”.