In a new song called “Who’s Gonna Stand Up?” Young, backed by a rock band (most likely Crazy Horse) asks, “Who’s gonna stand up and save the earth? Who’s gonna take on the big machine?” Backed up by a extra vocalists, he answers: “This all starts with you and me!”
From “Trans” to “Americana,” Neil’s done some crazy albums, and nearly all of them have had some hidden treasures.
Pegi Young co-founded the Bridge School with Neil in 1986, inspired when their son, Ben, had trouble finding a school after being born with cerebral palsy.
The new investment campaign has already earned $1.4 million of the $2.5 million target.
Jack White to Headline Farm Aid 2014 Alongside Neil Young, Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp & Dave Matthews
Jack White doesn’t seem to care too much about baseball, but he does care about America’s farmers. And to show his appreciation he’s headlining this year’s Farm Aid in Raleigh, North Carolina.
If you want it done right, do it yourself.
Neil Young & Crazy Horse were scheduled to play Tel Aviv, Israel this Thursday, July 17, but have been forced to cancel the event amid escalating violence in the region.
When Jimmy Fallon trots out his Neil Young impression, the whole world listens. The impression is well over a decade old now, but to hear him warble the first line from Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” (that would be “first things first I’m the realest”) with a straight face and the brim of his hat casting his eyes in shadow, well it breathes new life into both the song and Fallon’s bit.
With a little help from Jack White, Neil Young made history last night (May 12) on The Tonight Show by recording a song straight to vinyl.
Neil Young has offered up the first taste from his upcoming album, A Letter Home, which will be released on Jack White’s label, Third Man Records. His cover of Burt Jansch’s “Needle of Death” was recorded in Third Man’s “record booth,” a refurbished 1947 Voice-O-Gram machine that cuts songs directly to vinyl.