Neil Young is a Canadian singer-songwriter who blends elements of rock, country and folk in his music. Nationally, Young has sold more than 17.5 million solo records and an additional 18 million as a member of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in the early 1970s. As a solo artist, he has performed with a wide range of musicians, but his best known backing band has been Crazy Horse. During his career, Young has been a key influence in various subgenres of rock, including grunge, for which he has earned the nickname “the Godfather of Grunge.” He remains a prolific recording artist and a popular touring act. When he’s on the road to support a new album, he is usually booked into medium to large arenas.

Star-Studded Shows Planned for Willie Nelson’s 90th Birthday
Willie Nelson is turning 90, and there’s going to be quite a celebration in California for the legendary country outlaw. Long Story Short: Willie Nelson 90 is a 2-day concert extravaganza planned for the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, April 29 and 30, the... Read more
Neil Young Blasts Promoters for Holding “Super Spreader” Concerts Amid COVID
Singer/Songwriter Neil Young blasted concert promoters for continuing to stage shows as the pandemic rages, calling them “super-spreader events” and “irresponsible Freedom Fests” in a post on his website. Young recently pulled out of September’s Farm Aid, scheduled for September 25 in Hartford, Connecticut. The 75 year old, who... Read more
Virtual Farm Aid Concert To Stream This Weekend
Farm Aid founders Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp are uniting for a virtual edition of the annual benefit. “At Home With Farm Aid” will stream live on AXS TV and the Farm Aid website on Saturday, April 11 at 8 p.m. EST. The event will feature at-home... Read more
Neil Young To Hold Streaming Concert Series Amid Delayed Tour
In the absence of a new tour, Neil Young has announced an intimate streaming concert series to keep him close with fans while staying put amid the coronavirus pandemic. The series, dubbed the Fireside Sessions, will feature Young performing at his home with his wife, actress Daryl Hannah, behind... Read more
Neil Young Delays Tour Announcement Citing Risk To Audiences
Neil Young fans will have to wait a bit longer to catch the singer and Crazy Horse on their Barn Tour. In the wake of coronavirus outbreak, Young announced that he is putting off previously announced tour plans. “We find ourselves looking at this uncertain world, with our Crazy... Read more
Neil Young Announces Tour Plans With Crazy Horse
Days after he told fans not to expect any future tour dates, Neil Young has had an apparent change of heart. The singer revealed that he will in fact set out on a new tour with Crazy Horse and keep things nostalgic by playing only historic, long-standing arenas. “We... Read more
Stephen Stills, Willie Nelson, Neil Young To Play Autism Benefit Concert
Willie Nelson and Neil Young will join the 2020 edition of Stephen Stills’ annual autism benefit concert Light Up The Blues. The event is set for May 30 at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles and includes additional performances from Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Lucius and... Read more
Willie Nelson Brings Annual Farm Aid to Wisconsin
This year’s  Farm Aid will stop in Wisconsin with headlining performances from country artists Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Neil Young, and Dave Matthews to help the state’s struggling dairy farms. The event will take place on Friday, September 21 at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, a... Read more
Neil Young Will No Longer Perform at Iowa Concert
A non-profit organization in Iowa was promoting a show featuring Neil Young as the headlining performer, but after people started to take a closer look at the event, Young was removed from the lineup. The Artisan’s Sanctuary, a non-profit in Marion, was promoting the “Woodstock Revisited” concert in honor... Read more
Farm Aid Concert Stops In Connecticut With Willie Nelson, Neil Young
For the first time, the annual Farm Aid benefit concert will come to Connecticut this September, featuring artists Neil Young, Willie Nelson, and John Mellencamp. Farm Aid, which was founded by Nelson, Young, and Mellencamp in 1985, was created to raise awareness about the loss of family farms and... Read more