Neil Young @ Jones Beach

WANTAGH, NY—Neil Young and Promise Of The Real sandblasted Jones Beach amphitheatre with a powerful set of eco-rock that thundered across the South Bay against a threat of rain for a mind-blowing three hours. Nelson brothers Lukas and Micah tweaked, grinded and churned at Young’s stew of countrified rock that …

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Farm Aid @ Saratoga Performing Art Center

“The farmers are on the front lines of climate change, and climate change is THE issue of the 21st century. It’s a bigger way of looking at what we’re all doing here. It’s about getting the carbon out of the sky and back into the earth.” – Neil Young


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Farm Aid 2012 @ Hersheypark Stadium

“We have to convince kids that the real future of America is to rebel, to be a farmer.
It’s a mission from God.

—Neil Young

HERSHEY, PA—It was a day of saying grace at the 27th annual Farm Aid as Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews and …

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Neil Young: A Treasure

Neil Young and The International Harvesters created quite a stir in ’84 and ’85 as they crisscrossed America playing country music… and nothing but. Young’s label at the time, Geffen, was preparing to sue the ever-changing artist claiming his country conversion was “artistically uncharacteristic.” Didn’t Geffen know with true artists, …

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Two Takes On Neil Young @ Morrison Hotel Gallery in SoHo

NEW YORK, NY—At the Morrison Hotel Gallery in SoHo Henry Diltz and Joel Bernstein present a lifetime’s worth of work celebrating the life and achievements of ‘60s iconoclast Neil Young. This time around, it’s by intimate insiders. Diltz, who also photographed The Doors, Hendrix, McCartney and numerous other iconic musicians, …

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Bonnaroo Festival

MANCHESTER, TN—At the 10th annual Bonnaroo Festival 85,000 music fans took on 9 stages in the sweltering heat for an orgy of sights and sounds, great food, no cops and a funky aroma that permeated the air like the sweet smell of an old friend. Waterslides, volleyball nets, games, comedy, …

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Neil Young @ Avery Fisher Hall

NEW YORK, NY—It was a night of cathartic solo rock by gonzo folk grungester Neil Young at Avery Fisher Hall as the Springfield, CSN&Y and Crazy Horse alumnus pushed the pedal to the metal with a hypnotic performance at the venue where the New York Philharmonic makes its home. Young …

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Pegi Young/Bert Jansch @ Bell House in Brooklyn

NEW YORK, NY—It was a meeting of guitar slingers at the Bellhouse in Brooklyn. One a somber man of sardonic wit, a Scotsman schooled at the ale stained pubs of northern Britain. The other one, a Canadian born-American transplant troubadour, rock ‘n’ roll gonzo and folkie maverick playing in support …

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Top Ten Albums Of 2010, According To Our Writers

This was the most picked record from our writers. Click through to see what else we liked.

Daniel Alleva

1. The Arcade Fire/The Suburbs/Merge

2. Interpol/Interpol/Matador

3. Deerhunter/Halcyon Digest/4AD

4. Deftones/Diamond Eyes/Reprise/Warner Bros.

5. The Futureheads/The Chaos/Nul Records

6. Vampire …

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Neil Young: Fork In The Road

Brian Wilson and Bruce Springsteen are famous for writing songs about cars, but Fork In The Road is the the first album that I can remember that is about one car. The vehicle in question is Neil Young’s precious Lincoln Continental that he’s had converted to hybrid technology. Now he …

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