Remember My Name Interview with David Crosby, A.J. Eaton, and Cameron Crowe

David Crosby: Remember My Name Interview with David Crosby, A.J. Eaton, and Cameron Crowe

No, “Remember My Name” is not a lost episode of Breaking Bad. It’s a play on the title of a David Crosby album. However, Crosby certainly has broken bad from time to time, and this new documentary does not shy away from those facts. “All the guys that I made music with won’t even talk to me. All of ’em,” the legendary singer-songwriter admits in this Cameron Crowe produced unvarnished look back at the years of first The Byrds, then Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Clearly made with the cooperation of Crosby, the ailing musician who been plagued with serious health problems waxes melancholy on drug addiction, personal tragedy, and clashes with former bandmates. We Live Entertainment’s Staci Layne Wilson got a chance to catch up with Crosby and Crowe, along with the film’s director, A.J. Eaton to discuss what it was like working on the project. You can check out the full video interview below:

You can learn more about David Crosby: Remember My Name by visiting the Sony Pictures Classics website at

You can also check out the official film trailer below:

David Crosby: Remember My Name is now playing in select cities 

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Staci is known for her work in the horror genre, having been the producer and host of the talk shows Inside Horror, Dread Central Live, and This Week In Horror and she has appeared on Bravo, Reelz, AMC, M-TV, and CNN as a film expert. She is the author of Animal Movies Guide, 50 Years of Ghost Movies, and several horror novels.

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