The co-founder and co-lead vocalist of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, David Crosby has unveiled his plans for 2021, referring to The Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh, as he discussed if the music industry will go back to business as usual once the COVID-19 is under control.

The famous folk-rock veteran and quite an active social media user, David Crosby, has revealed what he thinks about the future of the live music industry, which has been highly affected by the global pandemic throughout the whole year.

When asked about his opinions on the significant issue, David Crosby said that the live music industry will go back to business but not as soon as the COVID-19 is over. He implied that there may be a lasting change in the way live music is consumed.

Right after Crosby stated his thoughts surrounding the global pandemic, another fan of him posed a question about the musician’s plans for 2021. The fan asked, other than Steely Dan, who would David Crosby most like to tour with for the next year if he gets the chance.

Crosby named a few musicians like Marc Cohn, Shawn Colvin, Bonnie Raitt, The Puppy, and Amanda Shires. The list, which drew attention with The Eagles star Joe Walsh, was appreciated by the followers. Some of the fans said that it would be rad to see Walsh touring with Crosby.

Here’s what the fan of Crosby asked him about the live music industry:

“Once COVID is under control, do you feel the live music industry will go back to business as usual, or do you think there will be a significant lasting change to the way live music is consumed?”

David Crosby responded as:

“It will go back but not as soon as you think.”

Another fan joined the conversation and asked about Crosby’s plans for 2021 as:

“Other than Steely Dan, who would you most like to tour with in 2021 if you get the chance?”

Crosby answered the question by saying:

“Marc Cohn, Shawn Colvin, Bonnie Raitt, the Puppy, Walsh, Jason Isbell, and Amanda Shires, I’m With Her, Sarah Jarosz… Any of those would spark me up pretty good.”

You can see the tweets below.