Neil Young’s big break came in the mid ‘60s, when the Canadian singer-songwriter co-founded Buffalo Springfield in Los Angeles with Stephen Stills, whom he’d team up with again later in his career as part of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. But it wasn’t until Young released his first solo album at the end of the decade that his vision truly started to take shape. Within the next 10 years, he released some of the era’s best-loved classics, like ‘Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere,’ ‘After the Gold Rush,’ ‘Harvest’ and ‘Rust Never Sleeps.’ He’s kept active throughout the ‘80s, ‘90s, ‘00s and ‘10s, releasing a steady stream of albums that showcases his restless creativity. Even at his most frustrating and bewildering – like the synth and rockabilly records he released in the ‘80s – Young remains one of rock’s all-time greats.
Neil Young, 'Archives Vol. II: 1972-1976': Album Review
Ten discs from the legendary singer-songwriter at his peak.
Neil Young Reveals Track List for 'Archives Volume 2'
Box set covers the rocker's career from 1972-1976 and features 12 previously unreleased songs.
Hear Neil Young Take on Bob Dylan's 'Times They Are a-Changin"
He's featured on guitar, harmonica and vocals in a largely faithful recording made in June during "fireside sessions."
Neil Young Sues to Stop Donald Trump From Playing His Songs
He's specifically targeting campaign broadcasts of "Rockin' in the Free World" and "Devil's Sidewalk."
Hear Neil Young Song ‘Vacancy’ from ‘Homegrown Album
LP finally arrives this month after being shelved in 1975.
Neil Young to Tackle Bootleggers With Official Versions
Master tape recordings will arrive with “ripped-off” artwork from illegal releases.
Neil Young Posts 1991 'Work-in Progress' Concert Video
Crazy Horse show streaming in “ragged glory” while coronavirus means he can’t retrieve master recording.