Neil Young goes solo!
Recently reviving Crazy Horse, the iconic Neil Young is heading out on a series of six intimate solo shows, marking it as his first run of multi-night performances since 2014. The concerts will be a rare and exciting opportunity to witness the folk-rock phenomenon pick the choicest cuts from his vast back catalog.
Recent dates have included reunions with old friends - but this time, Young is going it alone. The 72 year old recently announced his departure from Facebook due to focusing on the Neil Young Archives which is an incredible website full to the brim of with records - it's any Neil Young fans dream! It's been described as "a giant time machine cabinet" by the man himself.
The Canadian singer-songwriter began his music career in in the 1960s with his band Buffalo Springfield, a venture which earned him his second place on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The first was earned through his work as a solo artist, which has included such records as After the Goldrush and Harvest. Famous for his nasally tones, Young's never-ending experimentations in form and sound have inspired everyone from Ryan Adams to Thom Yorke, and recently saw him make history by recording live to vinyl on The Tonight Show.