David Crosby is a legendary member of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame bands, The Byrds and super-group, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. He had earned, by his own estimation - and burned through - approximately $25 million over the course of his career. By 1984, he was broke, in debt for hundreds of thousands of dollars, and enroute to prison for drug and weapons charges. In 1985, Crosby filed for bankruptcy. Once out of jail, Crosby lived in a friend's spare bedroom and wore that friend's old clothes. By getting back to work, he righted his financial ship and has since toured with Crosby, Stills & Nash. Crosby plays regularly these days with Graham Nash. Crosby, as political as ever, recently contributed to an album to support the Occupy Wall Street movement.See David Crosby with the other members of The Bankruptcy Jukebox.