July 27, 2010
By Gretsch News
The legendary Neil Young played back-to-back sold-out shows the last two nights at the Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Winnipeg Free Press columnist Rob Williams provided a thorough review of Young’s Twisted Road tour return visit to the city where he lived as a teenager.
“He’s an iconoclast who follows nobody,” writes Williams. “He does what he wants, when he wants and remains an unpredictable artist who has managed the rare feat of continuing to be fascinating, diverse and relevant for more than four decades while never latching on to a trend, fashion or fad.”
That’s not entirely true, however, as Young has latched on to a few select instruments, including his Gretsch White Falcon, which Williams mentioned in his review.
“He strapped up on his Gretsch White Falcon as he dismantled the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young staple “Ohio,” and rebuilt it from the ground up sans harmonies, giving it a slight menacing vibe before another new one, “Sign of Love,” a melodic love song built on power chords.”
Read the full review here.