Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Updated: 27 February 2014
Neil Young & Crazy Horse are set to perform at Liverpool Echo Arena on 13 July 2014. The performance is one of several shows that they will play in July.
Along with their Liverpool gig, Neil Young and Crazy Horse will perform at Live At The Marquee in Cork and headline British Summer Time 2014 festival in London.
Neil Young & Crazy horse tour dates
Live At The Marquee, Cork (10)
Hyde Park, London – British Summer Time 2014 (12)
Liverpool Echo Arena (13)
About Neil Young
Neil Young began his solo career in 1968 after enjoying success in the band Buffalo Springfield. He released his debut album in 1969, which paved the way for his extensive career.
Neil Young has created a huge body of work throughout his career both as a solo artist and with other bands flitting between styles of gentle folk and rock.
He first started working with Crazy Horse in 1969, when they were known as the Rockets. Crazy Horse supported Neil Young on his second album, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, released in 1969.
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere was recorded in two weeks and contains some of Neil Young’s most loved hits including Cinnamon Girl and Down By The River.
Throughout the years Neil Young worked with and without Crazy Horse. Together they released numerous albums including Zuma (1975), Ragged Glory (1990) and, most recently, Americana (2012) and Psychedelic Pill (2012).
After a long hiatus, Neil Young and Crazy Horse toured together in 2012 and 2013 in the US, Australia and Europe. The tour supported their latest releases in 2012 of Americana, an album of folk songs, and Psychedelic Pill.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse will play several concerts in the UK in 2013 including headlining Barclaycard’s British Summertime festival. Crazy Horse’s current line-up consists of Billy Talbot, Ralph Molina and Frank ‘Poncho’ Sampedro.