‘CSNY: DéjÀ Vu’: Aidin Vaziri | The scene is Atlanta, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s 2006 “Freedom of Speech” tour has arrived in town the day of a major terrorist threat. A heavy storm outside has delayed the concert for more than an hour, but that’s nothing compared with what’s brewing inside the Philips Arena. The ’60s counterculture icons have reassembled to tour behind Neil Young’s hastily recorded new album, “Living With War,” which is filled with songs indicting the government over the occupation of Iraq. This is the first stop in a genuine red state. Backstage, Young is dressed in fatigues and is in a typically defiant mood. “I’m happy to walk out on this stage,” he says. Continue reading.