Graham Nash spoke about the healing of his friendship with David Crosby

Fans have been in mourning since David Crosby’s death last January. When the news broke, no cause of death had been reported.

During an appearance on Kyle Meredith Kyle Meredith with Podcast, Graham Nash, Crosby’s bandmate from Crosby, Stills, And Nash, shared that Crosby had died after a bout of COVID-19.

“He was rehearsing for a show in Los Angeles with a full band,” Nash said. “After three days of rehearsals, he felt a bit sick. And he already had COVID, and he had COVID again. And so he went home and decided to take a nap and he never woke up. But he died in his bed and that’s fantastic.”

He continued, saying: “I mean, the fact that he made it to 81 was amazing. But [his death] was a shock. It was like an earthquake you know? You get the first shock and then you find out you survived. But those aftershocks kept coming and they’re getting smaller as I go on.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Nash spoke about his estrangement from Crosby. He recalled a moment seven years ago when he revealed their relationship was strained. In recent years, however, the two have been able to patch things up again.

“I’m really pleased that David and I became closer towards the end,” said Nash. “He had a good life. I mean what incredible music he made. He was a fantastic storyteller. I loved him very much. When I look back at what separated us, it really was just stupid stuff. The music is the most important part of our relationship.”

Jaclyn Diaz

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