Tickets to Neil Young 's Concert Tour
|Event||Date||City and Venue|
|Rust - Neil Young Tribute||Sat. April 16, 2016||TICKETS|
|New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival: Tedeschi Trucks Band, Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder & Neil Young - 4 Day Pass||Thu. April 28, 2016||TICKETS|
|New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival: Neil Young, Promise of the Real, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue, Bonnie Raitt, Arlo Guthrie & Mavis Staples||Sun. May 1, 2016||TICKETS|
|Neil Young||Sat. June 11, 2016||TICKETS|
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About Neil Young
Despite a career spanning more than four-and-a-half decades, Neil Young has still managed to stay relevant and edgy. The Canadian-born singer-songwriter has garnered a large following of loyal fans thanks to his soulful voice, his unique guitar playing, and his urbane compositions.
Young's music is primarily a mix of rock, hard rock, folk, and country. He's explored all those genres acoustically and electronically. However, his hard rock has been so influential and innovated that he's been called the "Godfather of Grunge."
Young is a two-time member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame having been inducted as both a solo artist and as a member of Buffalo Springfield. He also served as the fourth member of Crosby, Stills & Nash making the group Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young (CSN&Y).
Long time friend and fellow Canadian Stephen Stills asked Young to sit in with the Crosby, Still, & Nash but Young would do so only if he was made a full-fledge member. Young's involvement with CSN&Y was relatively brief as he was very uncooperative and mulish. Stills once remarked of Young, he "wanted to play folk music in a rock band."
Besides Buffalo Springfield and CSN&Y, Young has also worked or toured with Crazy Horse, Joni Mitchell, Pearl Jam, The Band, Sonic Youth, and Linda Ronstadt.
Young is one of the most prolific musicians of all-time. From 1966 to 1984, as either a solo artist or part of a band, Young released at least one album every year. Some of his best known works are After the Gold Rush (1970), Harvest (1972), Rust Never Sleeps (1979), Harvest Moon (1992), and Mirror Ball (1995).
Young's imagination and talent has not only garnered him much success but a very interesting career as well...
In 1966, Neil Young joined a band called the Mynah Birds which was led by funk legend Rick James.
Young's first major hit as a songwriter was a tune called "Flying on the Ground is Wrong." The song was recorded by The Guess Who in 1967 and it eventually reached number 36 on the Canadian singles chart.
Neil Young is mentioned by name in Lynyrd Skynyrd's 1974 smash hit "Sweet Home Alabama." Lynyrd Skynyrd wrote the song in response to Young's songs "Southern Man" and "Alabama."
In 2005, Young nearly died after being treated for a brain aneurysm. While walking the streets of New York City he passed out from a bleeding femoral artery. Surgeons had used the artery to access his aneurysm.
Young has dealt with political issues throughout his entire career. In 1970, while working with CSN&Y, Young wrote "Ohio" about the Kent State massacre. His 1988 single "This Note's For You" lambasted corporate rock, Michael Jackson, and advertising. In 1989 he released "Rockin' in the Free World" which criticized the United States and the policies of President George H.W. Bush. Young's 2006 album, Living With War, admonished the War in Iraq and called for the impeachment of President George W. Bush.
Music is not Young's only creative outlet. He's directed five films under the pseudonym Bernard Shakey. Most interesting of which was 1982's Human Highway starting Devo, Russ Tamblyn, and Dennis Hopper.
As an advocate of children with severe disabilities, Young helped establish The Bridge School. His passion for this causes stems from his sons, Zeke and Ben, having been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and his daughter, Amber Jean, having epilepsy. Young also suffers from epilepsy.
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