Posts Tagged ‘Neil Young’

Neil Young and Crazy Horse hit the road in their new video for “Twisted Road,” off of their upcoming album, Psychedelic Pill. Old buses, trucks, and RVs are featured in the video; but the real love is definitely for Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, and the Grateful Dead. Old footage of the musicians are peppered throughout the video, which adds a wonderful sense of nostalgia and admiration.

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse have released the 17-minute video for “Ramada Inn”, from their new album Psychedelic Pill out October 30 on CD and November 23 on triple vinyl. Watch the full clip below. As announced on JamBase, a full fidelity version of the album will be released on Blu-ray and will include all the videos.

Are you ready for this year’s annual Bridge School Benefit? The Bridge School Benefit is an annual non-profit charity concert held in Mountain View, California every October at the Shoreline Amphitheatre. The concerts are all organized by musician Neil Young and his wife, Pegi Young. Proceeds benefit The Bridge School. The first concert was in October 1986, and, with the exception of 1987, the concert has been held every year since. As a practice, but not a rule, the performers use acoustic instruments. Young also personally performs every year.

This year, the concert will be held on October 20, 2012 at 5pm and October 21, 2012 at 2pm. Information about ticket sales, pricing, seating charts, parking, etc. can be found on the Live Nation site.

The current lineup includes the following:

  • Neil Young & Crazy Horse
  • Jack White
  • Guns N’ Roses
  • The Flaming Lips
  • Sarah McLachlan
  • Foster the People
  • Lucinda Williams
  • Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers
  • k.d. lang and the Siss Boom Bang
  • Gary Clark Jr.
  • Ray LaMontagne

*All acts are subject to change. Not necessarily in order of appearance.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse have released the video for “Walk Like A Giant”, the lead single from their forthcoming album, Psychedelic Pill, out October 30 via Reprise Records. While the track is over sixteen minutes on the record, it’s been trimmed to only four and a half minutes in the official clip. Check it out below: