Crosby, Stills and Nash’s music is available to stream again on Spotify. In February, the supergroup left the platform to protest Spotify’s inaction on Joe Rogan, who was accused of spreading COVID-19 misinformation through his podcast. Corresponding The trio plan to donate their Spotify earnings to COVID-19 charities for “at least a month.”
Crosby, Stills and Nash were among a handful of musicians who left Spotify in response to Rogan’s interview with the vaccine skeptic. The exodus, as it was, began with and later included , and author .
In the end, Spotify didn’t drop Rogan. Instead, the company said it would add a to every episode that includes a discussion of COVID-19. The protest’s impact on Spotify’s bottom line appears to have been minimal as the company recently grew to 422 million monthly users.
Despite the return of Crosby, Stills and Nash to Spotify, don’t expect to see all of the music the trio helped create on the platform. As , Young’s continued absence from duty means not every song by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young is available. The band’s 1970 album, for example, lacks tracks like “Helpless” and “Country Girl.” Déjà-vu,
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