In honor of NBC’s Neil Young/Neil Armstrong mix-up this weekend, here are five other rock star death rumors through the years.
Confirming wide-spread rumors, Neil Young and Crazy Horse will release their second record of 2013 this October, a double album called Psychedelic Pill.
When Neil Young & Crazy Horse hit the road for a brief string of dates earlier this month to promote Americana, their first album in nine years, fans expected to hear songs from the new album.
All-American rock and roll legends Metallica, Stevie Wonder and Neil Young & Crazy Horse topped the bill at this year’s Outside Lands music festival in San Francisco with lots of volume, scores of classic songs and even some good, old-fashioned love.
Rock’s reigning renaissance man Jack White talks to the former Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver bassist about songwriting, Iggy Pop and recording with rockabilly legend Wanda Jackson.
Information on how to get tickets is available at Global Citizen’s website: you can earn tickets by “learning, sharing and taking action against global poverty.” Three points gets you into a drawing to win a pair of tickets to the festival. There are also limited V.I.P. tickets available that you can purchase.
One of the most hotly anticipated rock memoirs of the year is easily Neil Young’s Waging Heavy Peace, in which the mercurial musician will tell his stories from his days in Buffalo Springfield, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, and Crazy Horse.
Willie started Farm Aid almost 30 years ago, and it had nuthin’ to do with his favorite cash crop. I’m gonna grab my ho and plow to commemorate the 2012 edition in September! Yee-haw.
There’s been much fanfare over the Rolling Stones’ 50th anniversary, despite the fact that they have yet to announce a tour or album (or anything really) in honor of their half-century together. The band has, […]
This week on the Billboard 200 album chart, a No. 1 alludes Rush once more, as the Canadian prog-rockers come in at No. 2 right behind pop/R&B star Usher. They lead the charge on classic […]