Towards the end of the 1960s, as the heat dissipated from a decade of radical change, cultural revolution and creative renovation, a new type of music artist emerged in Los Angeles - the Singer-Songwriter. Clustered in and around the city's rural canyons, singer-songwriters generally worked as solo troubadours, performing introspective, lyrical ballads as a medium of self-expression and personal examination. Collectively, these minstrels became affiliates of a new movement, one that began with a landmark album from three amongst their number; David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash. Alongside occasional collaborator Neil Young, Crosby, Stills and Nash refused to be labelled 'a band', describing themselves as a loose collective of musical friends free from the inhibiting confines of the music business. This is the story of CSNY's experiment. A journey of breakthroughs, breakdowns, break-ups and incredible music, somehow all from a group that apparently didn't exist. FEATURING; Archive and exclusive interviews, seldom-seen footage, classic and rare performances and contributions from those who worked closely with CSNY across the years - including Dallas Taylor, Greg Reeves, Danny Kortchmar, George Chocolate Perry, Joe Lala, Chad Cromwell, Calvin Fuzzy Samuels, Joe Vitale, The Albert Brothers, Bill Halverson plus many others.