Despite what Ted Cruz says, many of the biggest living icons of classic rock were quick to respond to 9/11. Here are songs he may have missed (or may be choosing to ignore).
No, your eyes have not deceived you, there was more than one Neil Young on The Tonight Show last night.
Who said Neil Young didn’t have a sense of humor? Amid his recent remarks regarding the vinyl resurgence and call to protest Starbucks due to their affiliation with Monsanto, Young embraced his lighter side by appearing on Jimmy Fallon last night to perform alongside somewhat of a doppelgänger.
A self-proclaimed audiophile, Neil Young has always sought to push the envelope with how people listen to music as evidenced by his HQ music service Pono. It would make sense he supports the consumption of vinyl then right?
The Neil Young train keeps on rolling. In an interview with Rolling Stone, he revealed plans of recording a new LP with Willie Nelson’s sons.
This week’s Friday Double Feature highlights two musical titans that need no explanation.
Starbucks, he says, has teamed with Monsanto to sue the state of Vermont to block a law that requires genetically modified ingredients be labeled as such.
Neil Young turns 69 today, happy birthday Neil!
You might have seen Prince’s awesome performance on SNL last weekend, and you should really check it out if you haven’t seen it yet. Prince has been on Saturday Night Live three times now, and with the show currently in its 40th season of television, the Purple One isn’t the only musical guest to give a memorable performance. Ever since the variety show started in 1975, it’s been an accomplishment to be the musical guest, due to the exposure that it provides. Because there have been so many good performances over the years, and because we’re still kind of excited about Prince, we’ve decided to look back at some of the best music played played at studio 8H. Here are ten of the coolest performances on SNL.
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