Collins & Stills: Together Again

By Irish America Staff
November / December 2018

Judy Collins and Stephen Stills, two American singer-songwriters celebrated the golden anniversary of their formative time together in the 1970s, when Stills penned “Judy Blue Eyes” and other songs about the couple’s two year relationship, with a series of sold out concerts across the U.S. Irish America’s Patricia Harty and her family caught up with Judy and Stephen in Santa Rosa, California, this past summer. On the night both musician drew from their vast repertoire, and Collins’ stirringly A capella “Maria,” an anthem for Dreamers now on the Billboard charts, brought the house down. ♦

For more on the Collins & Stills tour see: https://www.stephenstillsjudycollins.com/tour-dates

For more coverage on Judy Collins check out an episode of our podcast, The Story in which Editor-in-Chief Patricia Harty interviews Collins. If podcasts aren’t your game, you can read an interview here

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