David Crosby is called a vocalist, song writer and a guitarist. David Crosby to lots of folks is called a solo vocalist, but he can also be a creator of many groups, like Crosby, Stills and Nash, CPR, and The Byrds. Therefore, his career as a part of these groups in addition to his solo career has added a lot to the overall approximation of David Crosby net worth. David Crosby’s name normally is mentioned when discussing counterculture. David Crosby’s name was included into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame two times total.
David Crosby Net Worth $40 Million Dollars
Thus, his membership in both of these groups not only added to the total number of David Crosby net worth, but also added up to his popularity. After high school, David Crosby started to attend Santa Barbara City College. When his younger brother was a pupil there, he picked to study play. Yet, shortly after the student understand that his true passion is music, and so, he ceased his studies. With time in music business David Crosby net worth also began to add higher and higher amounts of cash. His younger brother, Ethan Crosby, can also be a popular man in music business. David Crosby was raised in California, where he attended several schools.
The first group to which David Crosby went was called “The Byrds”. Besides his belonging to various groups, he’s also called a solo act, and therefore, he began to perform in 1971, when his debut record was launched, called “If I Could Only Remember My Name”.
August 14, 1941
Los Angeles, California, United States
5 ft 10 in (1.79 m)
Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist, Musician, Actor
University Elementary School, Los Angeles, Crane Country Day School, Montecito, Cate School, Carpinteria, Laguna Blanca School, Santa Barbara
Jan Dance (m. 1987)
James Raymond, Erika Keller Crosby, Bailey Jean Cypher, Beckett Cypher, Donovan Crosby, Django Crosby
Aliph Van Cortlandt Whitehead, Floyd Crosby
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Byrds, Crosby & Nash, Buffalo Springfield, Jefferson Starship, CPR
"The Simpsons", "Marge in Chains", "Homer's Barbershop Quartet"
"Roseanne", "The John Larroquette Show", "Ellen", "Bacldraft", "Hook and Thunderheart"
Release of the book, "Since Then: How I Survived Everything and Lived to Tell It" by David Crosby and Carl Gottieb.
Released the album "Looking Forward" with Crosby Stills Nash & Young. The group toured North America in support of the album.
In 1986 he turned himself in to the FBI and served eleven months in Texas jails, including four months in solitary confinement.
Crosby Stills & Nash were awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for 6666 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
Biological father of James Raymond.
He has a son, Django, with Jan Dance, born in July 1995 as well as two adult children from previous relationships.
Arrested on marijuana and gun possession charges at a Times Square hotel, after a hotel worker found a bag that had been left behind. The bag contained marijuana, a .45-calibre handgun and two knives. (March 2004)
Briefly replaced Neil Young in Buffalo Springfield. In fact, he appears with the band on both The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) and at the Monterey Pop (1968) festival. This also help set in motion the formation of Crosby Stills & Nash and (later) Young in 1968.
Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997 (as a member of Crosby Stills & Nash).
Elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a member of The Byrds) in 1991.
Is the biological father of the two children of Melissa Etheridge and Julie Cypher.
Is good friends with Larry Hagman, who also had a liver transplant.
Had a liver transplant.
He was jailed for 3 months in 1985 on drug charges.
His late father was the esteemed cinematographer Floyd Crosby.
We don't take show business or the spotlight seriously.
My songs emerge from my life, or wherever they do, unbidden and unplanned and completely on a schedule of their own. I can't legislate a song into being, it just will not happen for me.