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Stephen Stills
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    (January 3, 1945- )
    Member of Crosby, Stills & Nash (and Young)
    Also was a member of Buffalo Springfield
    Recorded the solo albums 'Illegal Stills,' 'Thoroughfare Gap,' 'Right By You,' 'Stills Alone,' 'Turning Back The Pages' and 'Man Alive!'
    He dropped out of college.
    He was in many unsuccessful bands before joining 'Crosby, Stills & Nash (and Young).
    He wrote the theme for a sappy '80s movie called 'Amazing Grace and Chuck.'
    He performed benefit concerts for President Clinton.
    He tried auditioning for 'The Monkees' and failed.
    His solo hit 'Love The One You're With' promotes promiscuity and infidelity.
    He was in a band called 'The Continentals' with future Eagles guitarist Don Felder.
    He became the first person to be inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice in the same night (1997).
    His first solo album went platinum and featured Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix and Ringo Starr.
    He wrote and performed a song about racism in Los Angeles called 'It Won't Go Away' on 'The Arsenio Hall Show.'

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