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'I want them to remember the art,' iconic singer David Crosby told The Forum during his last trip to Fargo

The member of Crosby, Stills & Nash and The Byrds died Thursday, Jan. 19, Variety magazine reported.

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Veteran folk-rocker David Crosby died on Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023, at the age of 81, according to Variety magazine.
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FARGO — Iconic rocker David Crosby died Thursday. While the cause of death was unknown as of this writing, the 81-year-old's health had been an issue for years and in 2021 he said he would no longer tour.

The singer's life and lifestyle often overshadowed the sweetness of his voice and the harmonies he created with bands, Crosby, Stills & Nash and The Byrds.

When Crosby played the Fargo Theatre in the summer of 2019, he talked to The Forum about his life, what regrets he had and what he hoped his legacy would be .

“I want them to remember the art,” he told The Forum. “That’s the best contribution I’ve made. That’s what I want most for them to remember.” You can read that story here.

Reminisce on David Crosby's last visit to Fargo with this article from 2019.
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