Stephen Stills has confirmed that Crosby, Stills and Nash will not, in fact, record another album. Much speculation surrounded the band's recording career after they inked a new deal with Rick Rubin and Columbia Records in 2011.
The famed trio spent some time working on a Rubin-produced covers album that year, but then parted ways with the producer due to his hefty schedule with other artists. In a recent interview with MusicRadar.com, Stills now says that it's unlikely they'll ever hit the studio together again:
"We won't make another album. We won't finish one," he told Music Radar. "You should ask David (Crosby) what happened. I'm not inferring anything, but I was getting along fine. I had an idea for 20 years of making the album we wished we'd written."
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