Neil Young’s Storage Unit Damaged by Fire

Neil Young's storage spot in San Carlos, Cali., went up in a blaze Tuesday morning. The 12,000 square-foot warehouse held his vintage cars, memorabilia, guitars and other music equipment. Investigators estimate there is at least $1 million in damage, although firefighters saved the vast majority of Young's possessions. Watch the news story here.

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Neil Young Performs at Farm Aid 25

Neil Young performed several songs at "Farm Aid 25: Growing Hope for America" at Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisc., over the weekend. Young, Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp organized the first Farm Aid concert in 1985 to raise awareness about the loss of family farms and to raise funds to keep farm families on their

Neil Young’s Latest Masterpiece Making Noise

Neil Young’s new album, Le Noise, dropped earlier this week to the tune of rave reviews. "What's striking about Le Noise is the way it both summarizes and distills Young's singular approach to music, predominantly just Neil and a guitar: his big, white hollow-body Gretsch electric slashing and burning for most of the tracks, a

Watch Neil Young’s “Angry World” Video

Take a look at Neil Young's new video for Le Noise track "Angry World," shot by Adam CK Vollick. The shaky black and white footage features close-ups of Young (and his Gretsch White Falcon), as well as shots of trees, the sun rising and setting and a half-clad female dancing in an empty room. Daniel Lanois,

Neil Young on the Twisted Road Tour

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