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Stephen Stills: Behind The Malicious Rumours

Interview by Barbara Charone, New Musical Express, October 1973

EVER SINCE he wrote 'For What It's Worth' Stephen Stills has had his share of criticism. And oddly enough it's often been more personal than ...

Stephen Stills: Crazy After All These Years

Interview by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, July 1983

MR STILLS and I are watching a video of some playing by Crosby, Stills And Nash. The composer leans back in his chair, a whisky ...

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Stephen Stills keeps fighting — against violence in pop music

Interview by Penny Valentine, Disc and Music Echo, February 1970

STEPHEN STILLS is possibly the most underrated musician and musical force of our time. But he’s no demi-god. It is one of those strange ironies ...

Stephen Stills: Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, August 1971

Stephen Stills Plays at Garden In His First Solo Concert Here ...

Stephen Stills: Stephen Stills 2

Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, August 1971

WHAT WE HAVE HERE, friends, is a fifth-rate album by a solid second-rate artist who so many lower-middlebrows insist on believing is actually first-rate, even ...

Stephen Stills: Stephen Stills 2

Review by Jon Tiven, Phonograph Record, September 1971

DO YOU REALIZE that in the past eight months there have been two solo albums by Steve Stills, in addition to 4 Way Street (which ...

Stephen Stills: Angry in Suburbia

Interview by Andrew Tyler, Disc and Music Echo, March 1972

"HEY, THERE'S a tape recorder going. Hey, there's a tape going here," Steve Stills tosses a dice in the direction of the chatter and chuckles, ...

Stephen Stills,Graham Nash and David Crosby Albums

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, May 1972

Stephen Stills: ManassasGraham Nash/David Crosby: Graham Nash/David Crosby ...

Stephen Stills, The Impressions, The Staple Singers, Tom Rush albums

Review by Loraine Alterman, New York Times, The, September 1972

Stephen Stills: Manassas (Atlantic); The Impressions: Times Have Changed (Curtom); The Staple Singers: Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (Stax); Tom Rush: Merrimack County (Columbia) ...

Stephen Stills: Carnegie Hall, New York City

Live Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, February 1974

NEW YORK: There's really no substitute for experience in rock music and there are few musicians around with as much experience as Steve Stills who ...

CSN&Y: Euphoric Acoustic Good Guys Hit The Dylan Trail

Interview by Barbara Charone, New Musical Express, March 1974

"WELCOME AMERICAN Dairymen" read the hotel display-board and beneath it, in smaller letters, "Welcome Stephen Stills Group". Upstairs, overlooking Chicago in just another hotel room, ...

Stephen Stills: An American in Paris

Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, October 1974

CROSBY, STILLS, NASH AND YOUNG had only ended their reunion tour three weeks back, and already Stephen Stills was working again. The locale had ...

Stephen Stills: Stills (CBS)

Review by Caroline Coon, Melody Maker, July 1975

I'M SATISFIED with this album, but I wish I could be more enthusiastic as Stephen Stills has both created and had a hand in creating ...

Steve Stills A Man Of Magic

Live Review by Barbara Charone, Sounds, July 1975

Stephen Stills: Lennox, Massachusetts ...

Stills – From Fish Bowl To Pleasure Dome

Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, August 1975

THE KANSAS City Holiday Inn is not the kind of place you would want to call home. Situated right off an interstate highway, the rooms ...

Steven Stills, Roger McGuinn & Band Albums

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, August 1975

Roger McGuinn: Roger McGuinn & Band (Columbia)Stephen Stills: Stills (Columbia) ...

Stephen Stills: Illegal Stills

Review by Barbara Charone, Sounds, May 1976

THERE'S NOTHING dishonest about Illegal Stills. This is the album guaranteed to enhance Stephen Stills' artistic reputation and regain the sophisticated rock 'n' roll credibility ...

Four Way Street Revisited... CSNY Revisited

Report and Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, May 1976

How Steve Stills learned to stop worrying about his own solo career and appreciate Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. A case of deja vu for ...

Stills Young: Long May You Run

Review by Andy Childs, ZigZag, November 1976

IF THE music on this album had in any way matched up to the exceptionally heavy vibes surrounding its making then we would surely have ...

Stephen Stills: Be A Brother

Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, November 1976

Steve Stills tells Chris Charlesworth in New York why he's touring solo after all these years... ...

Stills-Young Band: Long May You Run

Review by John Morthland, Creem, February 1977

WHAT A CURIOUS "COLLABORATION" this turns out to be. Neil Young, whose career is at a new critical peak and isn't hurting commercially either, lends ...

Stephen Stills: Thoroughfare Gap

Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, November 1978

IN THE end all will be disco, or so it would seem, so the best you can hope for is that your chosen hero exercises ...

Stephen Stills Carries On

Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, April 1979

LOS ANGELES – Ambitious, blunt but expressive, forceful, aggressive when the occasion requires it, capable of manic dedication and drive towards work and life goals...a ...

Stephen Stills Carries On

Interview by Dave Zimmer, BAM, April 1979

LOS ANGELES – Ambitious, blunt but expressive, forceful, aggressive when the occasion requires it, capable of manic dedication and drive towards work and life goals… ...

CSNY: Love The Ones You're With

Profile by Barney Hoskyns, GQ, April 2000

Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young - the ultimate rock supergroup - have been through the wars since first teaming up in 1969. Now the Woodstock ...

see also Buffalo Springfield

see also Crosby Stills and Nash

see also Crosby Stills Nash & Young

see also Chris Hillman

see also Manassas

see also Dallas Taylor

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