Another of the impressive collaborations put together by Interlocken organizers has been revealed as Widespread Panic will play two nights at the fest, one of which will feature John Fogerty. Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Furthur, TheShow More Summary
New four-day festival to take place in Central Virginia.
The first lineup announcement from the Interlochen Festival has just been made by our friends at Relix. Put together by H.O.R.D.E. co-founder Dave Frey and Relix publisher Pete Shapiro, the event will take place from September 5 – 8 at Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, Virginia. Show More Summary
With all apologies to Neil Young, this is the story of Johnny Rotten, or at least the story of his clothes. PUNK: Chaos to Couture, which opens today at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and runs through August 14, argues that Punk rock and its accompanying look didn’t fade away, but rather lingers on in our culture in an important way. Show More Summary
The last thirty years are filled with horrendous missteps that were ultimately dismissed as one-off errors in otherwise reliable track records — New Coke; the 11th season of Saturday Night Live; Neil Young’s Everybody’s Rockin’; Highlander 2: The Quickening — and now JCPenney is hoping that the Ron Johnson era will fade into memory with a new ad that basically … [More]
The Quietus: December 1985, a courthouse in Los Angeles. Sally Kirkland has filed a lawsuit against Dennis Hopper and Neil Young, relating to an incident which had occurred five years previously. Hopper had been performing knife tricks...Show More Summary
Alright, this can’t really be an album review, as such, mostly because even by my standards it would be unusually late for an album released back in 1970 – five years before I was even born. It’s an album I’ve listened to more than any other recently, however, so as I sit down to write [...]
The only musician more fascinated with vinyl than Neil Young is Jack White, so it’s fitting that both men spent part of their weekend in a “1947 Voice-o-Graph,” the world’s “only public vinyl record recording booth in the world,” according to NME. Show More Summary
The musician turns 80 on April 30; record your birthday wish for him.
I am generally anti-holiday. I think it does us more harm than good to assign ourselves special days to do things or commemorate things at exactly the same time as everyone else is supposed to be doing them or commemorating them. I know the counter argument is like, "celebrating holidays is part of what binds us together as a society" or whatever. Show More Summary
Even though Neil Young mocked the music and video industry with his award-winning This Notes For You in 1988, he filmed some interesting videos in the ‘80s.
Jimmy Fallon's musical impressions, with help from house band The Roots, may be the defining feature of his Late Night show. From Bob Dylan singing "Charles In Charge," to Neil Young singing "Whip My Hair," to Jim Morrison singing "Reading Rainbow," these performances are typically the thing that critics point to as Fallon's signature. Show More Summary
He’s made indelible images for President Obama AND Neil Young. Next stop: outer space. Shepard Fairey is going to space. Or at least his handiwork is. The high profile street artist was tapped to create the official badge for the International Space Station. Show More Summary
Taking place in Kiewit, Belgium, Pukkelpop announced the lineup for this year’s music festival with Eminem, Nine Inch Nails, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, The Prodigy and The xx as headliners.
Eminem, Nine Inch Nails, Neil Young, The Prodigy, and more.
The walls of Sound City Studios don’t talk; they sing, with the songs of Johnny Cash, Nirvana, Neil Young, Cheap Trick, Fleetwood Mac, Queens of the Stone Age, and the dozens of other great musicians who have recorded at the famed recording studio over the years. Show More Summary
Soulive’s annual Bowlive Run at Brooklyn Bowl continued last night in Williamsburg. Special guests included keyboardist Marco Benevento, Los Lobos guitarist David Hidalgo, The Shady Horns and opening act The London Souls. For the encore,...Show More Summary
If you’ve been keeping up with our coverage of Neil Young and Crazy Horse’s Alchemy World Tour which began in August of 2012 and is currently slated to run through August ’13, you know that Ol’ Neil and his band don’t alter their setlists that much from night to night. Show More Summary
Requested by SES • Compiled by Luke Ferguson 01. Big Black - “Jordan Minnesota” (Atomizer) 02. Neil Young - “Walk On” (On The Beach) 03. Yo La Tengo - “I Was The Fool Beside You For Too Long” (Painful) 04. Tame Impala - “Be Above It” (Lonerism) 05. Show More Summary
Again Richard Thompson makes the case with his latest album, “Electric” (New West): He belongs with Bob Dylan, Neil Young and a handful of others in his ability to sustain a high level of artistic intensity and integrity in a career that has been going strong since the ‘60s.