David Crosby Shows He’s Still Got it With ‘What Are Their Names’ Performance on ‘Colbert’: Watch

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David Crosby speaks at Harvard University's Sanders Theatre in a conversation with Harvard students titled 'Gotta Get Down To It: Conversations With Musician David Crosby' on Sept. 25, 2018 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

David Crosby’s still got it.

The legendary singer, who is twice inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame (with the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash) was the musician guest on Stephen Colbert’s A Late Show, for which he Zoomed in for a special socially-distanced performance.

Crosby ditched the instruments and sang "What Are Their Names," lifted from his solo debut LP from 1971, If I Could Only Remember My Name.

The veteran rocker, now aged 78, was the subject of the A.J. Eaton-directed 2019 documentary Remember My Name, which debuted to a strong reception at Sundance and was swiftly picked up by Sony Pictures Classics.

Watch his performance on Colbert below.


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