Neil Young has a new book out — Special Deluxe: A Memoir of Life & Cars — which means he’s doing a quick media blitz. Tuesday morning, Young paid a 90 minute visit to the Stern Show, where they talked about, well, everything: polio, the rift with David Crosby, how he writes his music, the time he spent with Charles Manson, what went wrong at Woodstock, what’s gone wrong with music (and how the PonoPlayer will fix it), and how we’re trashing the environment. Young takes the environment and politics seriously. No doubt. But he could also work it all into a good joke. Just witness his performance later that day with Stephen Colbert.
Great Story: How Neil Young Introduced His Classic 1972 Album Harvest to Graham Nash
Neil Young Busking in Glasgow, 1976: The Story Behind the Footage
‘The Needle and the Damage Done’: Neil Young Plays Two Songs on The Johnny Cash Show, 1971
The Time Neil Young Met Charles Manson, Liked His Music, and Tried to Score Him a Record Deal
I don’t watch Neil Young content any more, since he had that fan film of his Carnegie Hall concert taken down.
Not even Colbert can save him.
Neil’ s been my rock&roll angel since i was little in the 70s can’t wait for storytone !