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David Crosby says he's open to a Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young reunion

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The doc, produced by Cameron Crowe, who joined Crosby for the interview, talks about David's fractured relationships with his old bandmates, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young, leading host Jimmy Fallon to ask if there was ever a chance of them getting back together again.

"Never say never," said the 77-year-old Crosby, explaining, "I have no bad stuff in my heart about any of those guys, man, I made too much great music with them."

He continued, "We've bashed heads with each other so many times, I mean, we were so awful to each other so many times. All of us were. And I think we all know that."

So how does Crosby think a reunion might happen?

"About 10 times a day I get a tweet saying, 'Will you guys get your act together and do your job; we need you to go out and be a voice for the people that love you,'" he said. "'Ohio' is stuck in their minds. And it would be a great time for us to be out there singing like that."

Added Crosby, "If they want to do that, you know, like a 'Get Out the Vote' tour, something like that, I'd jump on it."

Later, David was joined by Fallon's house band The Roots for a version of the Crosby, Stills & Nash classic "Long Time Gone."

David Crosby: Remember My Name hits theaters on Friday.

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