Rock supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash will play at Cooperstown's Doubleday Field on June 12, according to the band's website.

Cooperstown Village Trustee and Deputy Mayor Jeff Katz, chairman of the village's concert subcommittee, said an offer was received, but he would not confirm it was for Crosby, Stills & Nash.

Katz said Tuesday the offer is under consideration, but no contract has been signed.

Doubleday Field, which opened in 1939, has a capacity of about 11,500 for concerts. In recent years, it has been the site of some big-name gigs, including Paul Simon, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan and The Beach Boys.

Crosby, Stills & Nash, inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997, are embarking on a tour slated to begin June 3 in St. Louis and end June 14 in Boston. Two weeks later, David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash are slated to play the famed Glastonbury Festival in England before touring Europe.

Katz said he has also seen the Cooperstown tour date promoted on the band's website, but said he couldn't comment until the village takes official action.

"Any concerts we've had at Doubleday Field have been worth doing," Katz said.

Crosby, Stills & Nash, along with frequent collaborator Neil Young, have appealed to several generations of music fans with their brand of tight-harmonied folk rock. Hits such as "Teach Your Children," "Our House" and "Ohio" became radio staples in the 1970s.

The band, featuring former members of The Byrds, Hollies and Buffalo Springfield, also didn't shy away from letting their anti-war and progressive political leanings show through their music.

That tradition continued in 2006, as the Iraq war served as the backdrop for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's Freedom of Speech Tour.

Crosby, Stills & Nash is releasing an album of demos of its classics through Rhino Records in May, and is recording an album with a fall release date.

In recent years, Doubleday Field played host to several bands and singers that rose to prominence in the 1960s.

They included Willie Nelson and Bob Dylan in 2004, the Beach Boys and Herman's Hermits in 2005, and Paul Simon and Dylan on separate dates in 2005.

Concerts have not been held at the field during the last two years.

Katz said in 2007 the village was not committed to having a concert that year and may forgo it rather than settle for an act people are not enthusiastic about.

Attendance has ranged from about 11,000 for the first concert to about 3,000 for the most recent Dylan concert in September 2005.

The concerts have yielded as much as $20,000 for the village of Cooperstown for the use of Doubleday Field, as well as concession sales for the Cooperstown Volunteer Fire Department.

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