Rock 'n' roll giants David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash will take to the sea for a series of concerts aboard the Queen Mary 2. Crosby, Stills & Nash will be on deck during a New York to London crossing in September.
"This will be a unique experience for us," Graham Nash says in the announcement last week by the Cunard Line. "We're really looking forward to making music, bringing back memories and creating new ones."
The band debuted 46 years ago at the Woodstock music festival. Guests can expect to hear the band perform hits like "Teach Your Children," "Southern Cross" and "Wooden Ships" during three concerts in the ship's Royal Court Theatre. Autograph sessions and a Q&A with the band are planned too.
Crosby, Stills and Nash, all in their 70s, will be touring (on land) this year starting in Tokyo and other Japanese cities in March and continuing on to the U.S.
Each has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. The band won the distinction in 1997, the same year Stills was inducted with his earlier band Buffalo Springfield.
Crosby became a Hall of Famer in 1991 for his work with the Byrds, and Nash was recognized a second time in 2010 for his work with the '60s band the Hollies.
The cruise sails from New York City on Sept. 4 and arrives in Southampton, England, on Sept. 11. Cabin prices start at $1,449 plus tax and fees.
Info: Cunard Line, (800) 728-6273