No fan of iconic group Crosby, Stills & Nash hasn’t heard the band’s classic hit “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” inspired by the fiery connection between acclaimed folk singer-songwriters Stephen Stills and Judy Collins. Stills and Collins, both known for shaping modern music with their visionary approaches, have now reunited to perform in celebration of how their past relationship transformed their musical careers.
In their first tour on stage together, Stills and Collins pull from their vast, rich catalogs, and debut songs from their highly anticipated album to be released this summer. Together, they share warm and intimate stories from their personal journeys, including how they helped build the Laurel Canyon musical mecca that launched the careers of artists such as Joni Mitchell and Linda Ronstadt.
Stills, whose incredible career includes singing with Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills & Nash, as well as his solo work, is known for hits such as “For What It’s Worth” and “Love The One You’re With.” Ranked by Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the greatest guitarists of all time, he was the first artist to be inducted into the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame twice in one night, for his work both with Springfield and Crosby, Stills & Nash.
Grammy winner Collins is best known for her singular style blending the folk, rock, classical, and jazz genres. She earned worldwide renown for her recordings of “Both Sides, Now” and “Send in the Clowns.”
For folk music legend Judy Collins, the nationally beloved song “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” by Crosby, Stills & Nash represents more than just an iconic melody. It’s singer Stephen Stills’ personal ode to her, a vestige of their brief and fiery romance decades ago. “It’s very nice to have a classiREAD MORE