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Source:  IndieWire

David Crosby has shaped Cameron Crowe’s life.  The first time he interviewed the musician, it was 1976 and Crowe was an 18-year-old Rolling Stone wunderkind.  Now Crowe is 62, and he says that producing “David Crosby: Remember My Name” is the project that will determine his future.

When Crowe ran into the aging rocker in the hallway at J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot offices, Crosby was with Jill Mazursky; she was producing A.J. Eaton’s documentary about him, and asked Crowe to do one interview with Crosby for the film.

Crowe was then immersed in production on his 2016 Showtime series “Roadies,” but agreed to do just one more deep dive with Crosby.

And, like Michael Corleone in “Godfather 3,” Crowe got pulled back in.

Read the story at IndieWire.

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