Well looky here. During the Newport Folk Festival last year, David Crosby joined Jason Isbell on stage during his performance with the 400 Unit to perform two Crosby, Stills & Nash songs, ‘Wooden Ships’ and ‘Ohio’. They’ve become Twitter pals since then, kind of metaphorically high fiving each other, and then Jason Isbell tweeted yesterday that he “brought a ringer into the studio to sing”, that ringer being none other than…
Brought a ringer into the studio to sing pic.twitter.com/D9o9wkMXPh
— Jason Isbell (@JasonIsbell) December 11, 2019
Rolling Stone Country report: “A representative for Isbell’s record label said Crosby was only in town to hear the album’s progress and couldn’t confirm any collaboration. But Crosby also tweeted about the studio session, writing that he’s “goin to sing with Jason and Amanda [Shires].” He also teased the possibility of he and Isbell doing more shows together. “I believe we are playing together again this summer in NYC and DC and I flat love his band,” Crosby wrote.”
So basically keep your ears peeled.
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