When rock legend Stephen Stills hits the stage, there is nothing more important than dependable, great sound. Stills relies on Widex UNIQUE hearing technology to make sure that he can still hear and experience every note.
Stills is known around the world for songs like “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes”, “Love the One You’re With”, and “For What it’s Worth.” His name appears in the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame, on Rolling Stone’s list of 100 Best Guitarists of All Time, and on a BMI Pop Icon Award.
And he has done it all with hearing loss
Stills was diagnosed with a mild hearing loss as a child. Now, that hearing loss has become worse.
“Having been a professional musician for 50 years, the onset of my hearing loss has been a challenge, especially recently,” he says. “The refined ear I developed as a young man is impossible to replicate, and the search for suitable hearing aids has been frustrating.”
Stills Chooses Widex
That frustrating journey ended when Stills discovered Widex hearing aids.
“In Widex I have found the best that modern science has to offer,” he says. “The broader frequency response and fidelity is far and away better than any device I have tried.”
On tour with Widex
With Widex in his ears, Stills continues to wow audiences across the country. Most recently, Stills toured with The Rides, his blues-rock trio with Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Barry Goldberg. He also tours solo and with Crosby, Stills & Nash.
As hosts of the 2nd Light Up The Blues Concert in downtown Los Angeles, Stills and his wife Kristen recently helped raise over $320,000 to benefit Autism Speaks' research and advocacy efforts for families and individuals impacted by the disorder.