Stephen Stills back after cancer

KEVIN WILLIAMSON - Sun Media

, Last Updated: 4:56 AM ET

PARK CITY, Utah -- Stephen Stills says he's "come through with flying colours" after undergoing surgery for prostate cancer earlier this month.

The legendary musician was in Park City yesterday along with band members Neil Young, Graham Nash and David Crosby for the world premiere of CSNY: Deja Vu.

"Most people have to have a little radiation afterwards, but I didn't," Stills tells Sun Media.

"And we are, a special service to our crowds, to our audience, we're going to have the entire place radiated wherever we play so that nobody gets cancer," says Young, who had a health scare in 2005 when he suffered a brain aneurism.

"It's going to be the glow-in-the-dark tour."

Directed by Young, CSNY: Deja Vu follows the counter-culture icons on their 2006 Freedom of Speech tour, which railed against the war in Iraq. The documentary also explores the aftermath of the conflict on U.S. soldiers and their families as well as the red-and-blue-branded tides of U.S. politics.

The film marks Young's second appearance at Sundance in three years. In 2006, he was here for Jonathan Demme's concert film, Neil Young: Heart of Gold.


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