Neil Young

Neil Young and D.R.A.M. Are Working on Music in Rick Rubin’s Studio

It's happening, folks: Neil Young and D.R.A.M. are actually collaborating. And it seems Nico Segal's Social Experiment band is involved, too. After a few months…
Winston Cook-Wilson / November 16, 2016

Neil Young Celebrated His 71st Birthday By Playing Among Dakota Pipeline Protesters

Neil Young has been vocal in his support of the movement against the construction of the wide-ranging Dakota Access Pipeline. Last month, he released a…
Winston Cook-Wilson / November 14, 2016

10 Neil Young Deep Cuts to Hear, Now That His Music Is Streaming

For a rock icon of the '60s and '70s, Neil Young has had an awfully long, awfully strange career---he was famously sued by his own…
Andy Cush / November 4, 2016

Neil Young’s Music Is Back on Spotify and Apple Music

Last year, Neil Young took almost all of his music off of streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, and Rdio, following a dispute over their default audio…
Jeremy Gordon / November 4, 2016

Neil Young Has a New “Primarily Acoustic” Album Coming Out in December

Neil Young will follow up Earth—his double live album with his band Promise of the Real from earlier this year—with a new studio album, Peace…
Winston Cook-Wilson / October 26, 2016

Watch Neil Young Perform With Metallica, Roger Waters, My Morning Jacket at Bridge School Benefit

Neil Young's Bridge School Benefit is an annual all-acoustic concert that raises money for the California special education school founded by wife Pegi Young. An all-star lineup…
Anna Gaca / October 23, 2016

Watch Paul McCartney Perform With Neil Young at Desert Trip

Sir Paul McCartney and Neil Young shared the stage Saturday night at Desert Trip, the Indio, California festival of classic rock titans that's perhaps better known as "Oldchella." The…
Anna Gaca / October 9, 2016

Paul McCartney Confirmed to Play Festival With Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and the Who

Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and The Who are confirmed as performers at Desert Trip, the fest's organizers GoldenVoice have announced.
Anna Gaca / May 3, 2016

Coachella Organizers Round Up Dylan, McCartney, the Stones, and More for a Historic Festival

Goldenvoice, also known as the organizers behind Coachella, are planning a giant, historic festival featuring some of the biggest, most iconic names in rock music:…
Rachel Brodsky / April 16, 2016

Graham Nash Tells David Crosby, ‘I’m Done. F**k You… Leave Me the F**k Alone’

It's been a good 40-something years, but one-third of inveterate supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash is officially done with the band. Speaking to the Dutch magazine Lust for…
Anna Gaca / March 8, 2016

Ryan Adams, Neil Young, St. Vincent, Spoon Will Play Bridge School Benefit 2015

Ryan Adams just participated in a big event celebrating Neil Young's legacy, but now Young himself has enlisted him as the marquee performer at his…
Colin Joyce / September 15, 2015

Watch Ryan Adams Cover ‘Cinnamon Girl’ and More Neil Young Tracks

Ryan Adams took the stage yesterday at New York City's Bowery Ballroom for the first night of Neil Fest, a two-night series celebrating the music…
Rachel Brodsky / September 14, 2015

Neil Young Wants Donald Trump to Stop ‘Rockin’ In The Free World’

Update: Donald Trump's campaign has responded to Neil Young's request. In a response to an inquiry by Rolling Stone, campaign manager Corey Lewandowski explained the situation: We won't…
James Grebey / June 17, 2015

Monsanto Has Some Thoughts About Neil Young’s Anti-Monsanto Protest Album

The massive food and biotechnology corporation Monsanto was the chief target of Neil Young's just-released protest album, The Monsanto Years. To the surprise of no one,…
James Grebey / June 16, 2015

Review: Neil Young Can’t Make His Passion Signify on ‘The Monsanto Years’

Neil Young does whatever the hell he wants. There's a precedent for this in his long, prolific career — now approaching forty solo albums —…
Ryan Leas / June 16, 2015
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