CSNY: Doing Right By Their Fans
The band has filed a lawsuit against a graphics company for failure to deliver their box set to fans.
Crosby Stills Nash and Young have rushed to their fans’ defense by filing a lawsuit against printing company D’Andrea Graphics for failure to fill more than 1,200 orders of the premium deluxe box set of their recently released CSNY 1974 live collection.
The fans plunked down $558 for each box in May with the promise that they would receive them within five weeks, but they have yet to make good on that promise. CSNY has refunded each one of the fans their money, $237,620 in total, and filed a lawsuit in the Superior Court of Los Angeles on Friday claiming “breach of contract, intentional interference with contract and conversion.” The complaint seeks unspecified compensatory and punitive damages.
The band is unavailable for comment.