Crosby, Stills & Nash Have Returned To Spotify: After Joe Rogan’s 5-Month Protest?

Crosby, Stills & Nash Have Returned To Spotify: After Joe Rogan’s 5-Month Protest?

In an apparent end to the legendary rockers’ five-month campaign against controversial podcaster Joe Rogan, Crosby, Stills & Nash have returned to Spotify.

In support of former band member Neil Young’s fight against COVID-19, the folk-rockers apparently plan to give their streaming revenue to organizations that help individuals infected, according to Billboard.

After Spotify failed to comply with Young’s demand to sack Rogan over alleged “disinformation” relating to COVID-19 vaccines, the Canadian-American grunge artist deleted his collection from the streaming service earlier this year.

“They can choose between Rogan and Young. I can’t do both,” Young stated in a letter to Warner Records, his record label’s owner, and parent business.

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One of Spotify’s most popular podcasts, Rogan has an estimated audience of 11 million regular listeners, according to estimates from May 2020, when he inked a $200 million exclusive licensing arrangement with the streaming service.

It’s been a week since the “Rockin’ in the Free World” singer was removed from Spotify, which has 182 million paid subscribers.

“We back Neil and we agree with him that there is hazardous disinformation being propagated on Spotify’s Joe Rogan podcast,” said Graham Nash, Stephen Stills, and David Crosby in February following Young’s decision to remove his music from Spotify.

However, distributing false information during such a global pandemic has lethal effects, according to the band’s statement.

Our music, and the music we developed together, will not be available on the same platform unless concrete steps are taken to demonstrate that compassion for humanity must be balanced with commerce.


“We want all the world’s music and audio material to be available to Spotify users,” Spotify said in a statement. As a result, there is a great deal of responsibility in ensuring both the safety of listeners and the independence of producers.”

Over 20,000 podcast episodes relating to COVID-19 have been removed since the beginning of the outbreak, and we have detailed content policies in place.” Despite our disappointment in Neil’s choice, we hope he will return to Spotify at some point in the future.”

Also removing their songs off Spotify were rock legends like Joni Mitchell and Nils Lofgren.

As a result, Rogan apologized and promised to present a more balanced perspective on the COVID-19 vaccine and other lockdown-related measures aimed at reducing the spread of the coronavirus.

“I’m sorry if I p****d you off,” the outspoken UFC pundit stated in a roughly 10-minute Instagram video that was posted late last month.

No, I’m not in the business of spreading falsehoods. His record-breaking podcast, which he described as “this out-of-control juggernaut that I hardly have control of,” is not an attempt to stir up controversy, he stressed.

Crosby, Stills & Nash SPOILER ALERT
Crosby, Stills & Nash SPOILER ALERT

“The Joe Rogan Experience,” which began as “just f—ing about with my buddies,” has never attempted to do anything other than talking to people and have fascinating conversations, according to Rogan.

Afterward, Rogan bemoaned the fact that well-known rock stars were abandoning the stage.

“It breaks my heart to hear that they’re upset. That is the last thing I want. I’m a Neil Young fan, too. He confessed, “I’ve always loved Neil Young.”

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