David Crosby & Jan Dance have a Star Named

Updated: February 1, 2024     Author: International Star Registry

Star Name: David Crosby & Jan Dance Star Date May 16, 1987 Coordinates Cygnus RA 20h 57m 50.00s D 35° 6' 0.00"

A Star Named in His Honor

On May 16, 1987, a star in the Cygnus constellation was named to honor the remarkable David Crosby and his partner Jan Dance with International Star Registry. This celestial tribute is a testament to the enduring impact of his music and life. Record a star name in your loved one’s name today and create a unique connection to the cosmos.

David Crosby: A Musical Pioneer

David Van Cortlandt Crosby, born on August 14, 1941, left an indelible mark on the world of music and culture before his passing on January 18, 2023. As an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist, he was a true trailblazer. Crosby’s journey in music began as a member of the iconic band, the Byrds, in the mid-1960s. With the Byrds, he played a pivotal role in pioneering folk rock and psychedelia, forever altering the musical landscape.

California Dreamin’ with Crosby, Stills & Nash

Crosby’s musical journey continued to evolve when he co-founded Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN) with Stephen Stills and Graham Nash in 1968. The group’s debut album propelled them to a Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1969, solidifying their status as legends in the making. Later, they welcomed Neil Young into their ranks, becoming Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (CSNY). This supergroup made waves in each decade from the 1970s through the 2000s, etching their harmonious melodies into the hearts of millions.

The Solo Path and Collaborations

While Crosby’s collaborative ventures were legendary, he also embarked on a solo career. Throughout his life, he released eight solo albums, each showcasing his unique talent and introspective lyricism. His solo debut, “If I Could Only Remember My Name,” in 1971, set the stage for a string of successful solo projects, including “Croz” in 2014. Additionally, Crosby formed a jazz-influenced trio, CPR, with his son James Raymond and guitarist Jeff Pevar. His collaborative spirit extended to numerous recordings with iconic artists like Joni Mitchell, Jefferson Airplane, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, and David Gilmour, further solidifying his place in the musical pantheon.

A Rock and Roll Hall of Famer

David Crosby’s enduring influence on the music industry is undeniable, with combined sales of over 35 million albums from his work with the Byrds and CSNY. He was not only inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame once but twice, recognizing his contributions to both the Byrds and CSN. In Rolling Stone‘s list of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time,” five albums featuring Crosby’s contributions are celebrated, including three with the Byrds and two with CSN(Y).

Beyond Music: Crosby the Actor

Beyond his musical prowess, David Crosby explored the realm of acting, leaving his mark in the film “Hook” (1991) as a member of Captain Hook’s pirate crew.

David Crosby’s legacy lives on, not only through his music and acting but also in the stars themselves, where a celestial tribute shines brightly in his honor. Buy a star name today, and let the cosmos celebrate the loved one in your life. By recording a star name in their honor, it’s a thoughtful and timeless gift for occasions like Mother’s Day, anniversaries, or the birth of a new baby.



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