The inaugural Interlocken Music Festival will take place Sept. 5-8 at Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, Va. Between the lineup and the credentials of the organizers, it could possibly be one of the main events of the summer for lovers of jam bands.
Poverty afflicts so many people that it can feel like it's impossible to make a difference -- but like any huge problem, the most effective solutions involve the efforts of many, and that's where programs like the Global Citizen Tickets Initiative come in.
Meet Canada's Iron Man, Neil Young. He has all the qualities you'd want in a superhero. First off, he's fearless, leaving famous bands and completely changing his sound seemingly without regard to the career or financial consequences.
Neil Young has always followed his restless muse into whatever project caught his fancy -- a fact that music mogul David Geffen apparently didn't take into consideration when he signed Young to a deal with his new company in the early '80s. Young's first effort for Geffen was 'Trans,' a disastrous fo
When Neil Young performed 'Rockin in the Free World' for the first time on February 21, 1989, in Seattle, the song was just hours old. In fact, Crazy Horse guitarist Frank 'Poncho' Sampedro claimed that most of the band didn't even know the song when they first played it.
Neil Young was already having a pretty lousy decade when ‘This Note’s for You’ was released on April 11, 1988. It didn’t start out that awful, with the folksy ‘Hawks & Doves’ and the Crazy Horse album ‘Re-ac-tor’ in 1980 and 1981, respectively.
Neil Young is back on the road again -- but instead of working with Crazy Horse or Buffalo Springfield, he's tooling around in his handmade fuel-efficient hybrid vehicle, called the Lincvolt. He's even blogging about the journey, which has included stops at California's Joshua Tree National Park and the Imperial Sand Dunes.
On March 20, 1968, a genuine rock and roll all star bust went down. At the home of then girlfriend of Stephen Stills, nestled in the legendary Topanga Canyon of California, members of Buffalo Springfield were getting a little out of hand.
It's almost always impossible to predict just what Neil Young is going do next -- but for once, we might have a small clue. The elusive, iconoclastic rock legend has been on tour with Crazy Horse in Australia, and according to a new report, he filmed one of the dates Down Under for a forthcoming concert film.
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