Singer songwriter David Crosby joined Neil Young and Joni Mitchell in wanting his music off Spotify.
But Crosby had sold the rights to his catalog and didn’t have control over his music. He lamented that but said he stood with his friends. Graham Nash and Stephen Stills did the same thing. They, and India Arie, have spoken out against Spotify because of the Joe Rogan podcast that is anti-science.
Now Crosby says his record company BMG and Iconic Music have agreed to pull all his music from the streaming service.
“I am proud of both of them,” he writes, “they did not have to do that.”
Wonderful thing …my friends at Iconic and BMG …both agreed to help me take everything off of Spotify …unusual behavior from a company ….I am proud of both of them ….they did not have to do that
— David Crosby (@thedavidcrosby) February 9, 2022