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 Announces Two '70s-Era Bootleg Releases
Hear songs from the upcoming albums 'Somewhere Under the Rainbow' and 'High Flyin'.'
Neil Young Plays First Show Since 2019 to Send Green Message
He performed two songs at a Canadian ecology rally.
Crazy Horse Members Team With Neil Young on New Album
'All Roads Lead Home' finds Ralph Molina, Billy Talbot and Nils Lofgren once again connecting with their famous collaborator.
Neil Young to Perform With David Crosby's Son and Stephen Stills
Light Up the Blues charity show benefiting Autism Speaks will take place in April.
Neil Young to Perform at Willie Nelson's 90th Birthday Concert
Appearance will mark singer-songwriter's first public performance since 2019.
Neil Young Remembers Happier Times With David Crosby
They'd long been estranged when his former CSNY bandmate died this week.
Neil Young Now Says Retirement ‘Could Happen’
Though two albums arrived in the last 12 months, he hasn't played a public show since 2019.
Nils Lofgren Tried to Take Over Springsteen and Young Schedules
Guitarist was told to "get lost" after bid to deal with split loyalties to E Street Band and Crazy Horse.