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Deja Vu - A Musical Retrospective of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

Deja Vu - A Musical Retrospective of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

May 20th 2018 @ The Coffee Gallery Backstage

Altadena, CA
I Was There
Sunday, May 20th, 2018
2:00 PM
The Coffee Gallery Backstage
2029 Lake Ave, Altadena, CA 91001-2444
We're very excited to announce the return of Deja Vu performing the music of CSN&Y at the Coffee Gallery Backstage on Sunday, May 20th for a special matinee show! If you were able to attend one or both of this band's last 2 performances here, you know that they completely sold out well in advance, so we would encourage you to make your reservations early to secure your seat!

This particular show will once againl be performed all acoustically! When Crosby, Stills and Nash initially came together in 1968 and wrote the material for their first album, they would travel around to their friends houses in Laurel Canyon and perform the songs from start to finish using only acoustic guitars and their voices.

This show will be very much like that, the only exception being that they will be performing a greatest hits set which spans throughout the entire career of the iconic supergroup's nearly 50 year career.

You'll hear all of your favorites, Helplessly Hoping, Teach Your Children, Guinnevere, Down By the River, Love the One You're With, Just a Song Before I Go, Wooden Ships, Ohio, Suite: Judy Blue Eyes, Marrakesh Express, Deja Vu, Southern well as some of the other great songs that the band has worked up and are excited to perform for you!

Distilling this material down to the most basic elements allows the beauty of the 3 and 4 part harmonies to shine through, and also showcases the intricate guitar parts and alternate tunings that are present in the songs. So please mark your calendars and make your plans to join us for this very special matinee presentation of the music of Crosby, Stille, Nash & Young!

"Sunday in the Afternoon, What have you got to lose?”