Crosby, Stills & Nash’s absence from Spotify was short-lived. After about five months, the famous trio asked the online listening company to remove their songs Sequel: Judy Blue Eyes, our house And other folk-rock hits are just a click away.
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On February 2, the Californian group responded to the call of its former comrade Neil Young, in a boycott campaign against Spotify, which hosts the popular podcast of the American animator Joe Rogan, which is often accused of misinformation, especially about COVID-19. and vaccines.
“We support Neil and agree: Joe Rogan’s podcast on Spotify is dangerous misinformation,” David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash wrote at the time.
Back on the Swedish platform, the group will – for at least a month – donate the proceeds from the titles on its list to charities fighting against Covid-19, US site Billboard reported.
Neil Young’s albums are not yet on Spotify. Only a few of the Canadian singer’s best songs are still listed.
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