Why See Stephen Stills and Judy Collins?
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As two icons of 1960s counterculture, separately, Stephen Stills and Judy Collins are important to many, but there is real magic in their collaborations. Former lovers and lifelong friends, don't miss these two reunited on stage as take their incredible talent and unique relationship on the road.
One of the most influential guitar players of the 1960s and 70s, Stills played in both Crosby, Stills and Nash and Buffalo Springfield, alongside his own celebrated solo work.
Collins began her career channelling Dylan, Pete Seeger, The Beatles and many more artists, lending her melodic voice to other's compositions, whilst going on to pen her own tracks to great acclaim. She has always had an eclectic taste, having explored a range of sounds, from Pop, Rock and Roll to Broadway classics, such as the celebrated 'Send in the Clowns'.
Performance date: 9 November 2018
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