David Crosby, Graham Nash and Stephen Stills ask to pull their content from Spotify

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David Crosby (from left), Graham Nash and Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills & Nash onstage in Los Angeles in 2010. They’re supporting former bandmate Neil Young in pulling material from Spotify. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

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Three more prominent musicians are following Neil Young’s lead in asking to have their work removed from the streaming giant Spotify: Young’s former bandmates David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash. They are doing so in protest of popular Spotify podcast host Joe Rogan, who they say

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