“Riveting.” –People Magazine“This is one of the great rock and roll stories.” -New York Times Book Review Even in the larger-than-life world of rock and roll, it was hard to imagine four more different men. Yet few groups were as in sync with their times as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Starting with the original trio’s landmark 1969 debut album, their group and individual songs-“Wooden Ships,” “Ohio,” “For What It’s Worth” (with Stills and Young’s Buffalo Springfield)-became the soundtrack of a generation. But their story would rarely be as harmonious as their legendary vocal blend. Over the decades, these four men would continually break up, reunite, and disband again-all against a backdrop of social and musical change, recurring disagreements, and self-destructive tendencies that threatened to cripple them as a group and as individuals. In Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: The Wild, Definitive Saga of Rock’s Greatest Supergroup, Rolling Stone senior writer David Browne presents the ultimate deep diveinto rock and roll’s most musical and turbulent brotherhood. Featuring exclusive interviewswith band members, colleagues, fellow superstars, former managers, employees,and lovers-and with access to unreleased music and documents-this is the sweepingstory of rock’s longest-running, most dysfunctional, yet pre-eminent musical family,delivered with the epic feel their story rightly deserves.