Nash, 72, often stood center stage. He acted as low-key master of ceremonies and cheerleader for Crosby, 73, Stills, 69, and the band members.
“How are you this evening, New Orleans?” the British-born Nash asked on a night of steambath humidity. “Warm enough for you?”
From the evening’s opening song, it was obvious that Crosby, Stills & Nash’s one-of-a-kind vocal blend remains intact. Nash and Crosby have stronger voices than their colleague, but Stills’ guitar skills were undiminished, and his singing improved as the show went on.