In 1993 Elton John played the Boston Garden. What was the name of this tour in which he played a pair of shows on Causeway Street?
A to Z: Neil Young’s ‘The Needle and the Damage Done’ is a Timeless Examination of the Downward Spiral of Addiction
Neil Young wanted to save Danny Whitten. The former Crazy Horse guitarist had fallen down the rabbit hole of addiction, and Neil knew no other way to express his concern and try to save him but to write a song. So he penned “Needle and the Damage Done” in the early 1970s, an achingly intimate and somber dirge on the dark world that drug & alcohol addiction occupies.
Despite what Ted Cruz says, many of the biggest living icons of classic rock were quick to respond to 9/11. Here are songs he may have missed (or may be choosing to ignore).
On this day in 2006 the Rolling Stones played the half-time show at the Super Bowl. Out of all those great Stones songs, which three did they feature?
No, your eyes have not deceived you, there was more than one Neil Young on The Tonight Show last night.
In an interview at CES this week, he revealed that he’s already at work on a new album, and he’s doing it with Willie Nelson’s sons.
Bob Dylan, CSNY, and Tom Petty performed at Neil Young’s famous Bridge School Benefit concert on this day in 1988.
Starbucks, he says, has teamed with Monsanto to sue the state of Vermont to block a law that requires genetically modified ingredients be labeled as such.
Storytone is due out Nov. 4. via Reprise.
Neil Young Performs Hilarious Version of ‘Who’s Gonna Stand Up?’ Featuring Stephen Colbert on ‘The Colbert Report’
Young’s comedic duet with ‘Crazy Host’ was paired with a wide-ranging interview that touched on the rock legend’s environmental concerns and PONO digital music platform.