Crosby, Collins in harmony at Paris

Oct 22, 2002 1:56 AM

   Music icons David Crosby and Judy Collins will perform on stage together at Paris Las Vegas Oct. 25-27 at 9 p.m. Known for their incredible blend of folk music and storytelling, Crosby and Collins have each made their mark in pop culture throughout the past four decades.

   Crosby, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice (with The Byrds and then again with Crosby, Stills and Nash) is legendary for his politically infused harmonies. His songs like “Long Time Gone,” “Almost Cut My Hair” and “Judy Blue Eyes,” which incidentally was inspired by Collins, have transcended generations of fans.

   In the history of rock and roll, few musicians have remained as passionate and vital as David Crosby. He continues to push the envelope and take creative risks. Indeed, his songwriting and singing are better than ever, a remarkable accomplishment for someone already a music legend.

   Throughout her incredible career, Collins has recorded 37 albums, many of which hit gold and platinum status. Collins’ unique sound and vocal interpretations have made songs like “Both Sides Now,” “My Father” and “Since You Asked” remain popular even after many years.