Almost Cut My Hair ~ Crosby, Stills & Nash LIVE 06/07/2010

Via Cora Wen
on Jun 9, 2010
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I just went to see one of my all time favourite bands… Crosby, Stills & Nash.
This was at Mountain Winery in Saratoga, Calif on Monday June 7, 2010

Quality is only as good as a small camera could do, but think you get the sense of still how powerful of Rockers these guys are!

Have to admit, I was hoping Neil would surprise us and come across the hill to join them..!

Almost Cut My Hair – written & performed by CSN 06/07/2010


About Cora Wen

CORA WEN grew up in a traditional Chinese family in Asia and the West, and took refuge in the Buddha as a teen. An international childhood growing up in Hong Kong and Indonesia, Switzerland, Australia and the US, has instilled the spirit of a travelling adventurer. After sowing wild oats in New York City in the 70s with rockers Deborah Harry and Patti Smith, she had careers in fashion and banking. Since 1994, Cora has taught Yoga, mentored by America’s most influential Yoga lineage. She has been dedicated since 2002 in support of indigenous culture for exiled Tibetan people and land mine victims. Find her at


One Response to “Almost Cut My Hair ~ Crosby, Stills & Nash LIVE 06/07/2010”

  1. Rita Ashworth says:

    I remember seeing Graham Nash in a very conventional British restaurant in the sixties and he was suited and booted like most people….I think he was with the Hollies in the UK -cant remember for sure -think when gbrs go to the states they go native for a while but really in essence you cant wipe off all the formality, and irony of the uk in your make-up -thats the culture……so hippies? think in the uk you always have eccentrics -those are our hippies throughout history and fortunately we have had some wild ones such as Byron. Wordsworth, Lennon one could go on and on ……so in a way there is always those people in the uk who will say nuts to the system and invariably their words if not their conceptions of society do indeed stand the test of the times and affect world culture as in the case of reformist and revolutionary politics around the world