Knowledge Identifier: +Neil_Young
He first came to prominence in the late 1950s as the right-hand-man of producer Phil Spector, and went on to work with the Rolling Stones, Neil Young and others
Ben Keith - Known primarily for his work as a pedal steel guitarist with Neil Young, Keith was a fixture of the Nashville country music community in the 1950s and 1960s before working with numerous successful rock, country and pop artists as both a producer and versatile, multi-instrumentalist sideman for over four decades
Following his recovery, the Young family went on holiday to Florida in the United States in 1952, and upon returning to Canada soon decided to move away from Omemee and into the city of Toronto, before relocating to Pickering, Ontario, which is just east of Toronto, and again to north Toronto soon afterward
In 1965 Young toured Canada as a solo artist
In 1966, while in Toronto, he joined the Rick James-fronted Mynah Birds
Merry Clayton - Clayton sang backup on several tracks from Neil Young's debut album " Neil Young," originally released in 1968
Woodstock Festival - The quartet debuted in Chicago on August 16, 1969, and later performed at the famous Woodstock Festival, during which Young skipped the acoustic set and refused to be filmed during the electric set, even telling the cameramen: "One of you fuckin' guys comes near me and I'm gonna fuckin' hit you with my guitar"
David Crosby - In 1969 Neil Young joined the group, and with him they recorded the album "Déjà Vu", which went to number 1 on the charts
In the autumn of 1970, Young began a solo acoustic tour of North America, during which he played a variety of his Buffalo Springfield and CSNY songs on guitar and piano, along with material from his solo albums and a number of new songs
The Monkees - After "Headquarters", the Monkees started using a mixture of themselves playing along with other musicians, including members of the Wrecking Crew and Candy Store Prophets along with other musicians such as Stephen Stills, Neil Young, and Harry_Nilsson; but they still wrote, sang, produced, and played on their remaining albums, except for their final offering from the original incarnation in 1970, "Changes", which was recorded after Nesmith and Tork had left the group and featured Dolenz and Jones singing to the backing tracks of what Jones referred to in the liner notes
All Things Must Pass - Ian Inglis notes 1970's place in an era marking "the new supremacy of the singer-songwriter", through such memorable albums as Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water", Neil Young's "After the Gold Rush", Van Morrison's "Moondance" and Joni Mitchell's "Ladies of the Canyon", but that none of these "possessed the startling impact" of "All Things Must Pass"
With CSNY splitting up and Crazy Horse having signed their own record deal, Young's tour, now entitled "Journey Through the Past", continued into early 1971, and its focus shifted more to newer songs he had been writing; he famously remarked that having written so many, he could not think of anything to do but play them
Nils Lofgren - Lofgren used the Neil Young album credits to land his band Grin a record deal in 1971
Barefoot Jerry - This line up of Barefoot Jerry recorded "Southern Delight", before Gayden left in 1972 to form his own band, Skyboat; Buttrey joined Neil Young's band
Harvest (Neil Young album) - According to the Neil Young Archives, the actual release date for Harvest was February 25, 1972
Time Fades Away - "'Time Fades Away"' is a 1973 live album by Neil Young, consisting of previously unreleased material
While his record company delayed the release, Young recorded another album, "On the Beach" , which presented a more melodic, acoustic sound at times, including a recording of the older song "See the Sky About to Rain", but dealt with similarly dark themes such as the collapse of 1960s folk ideals, the downside of success and the underbelly of the Californian lifestyle
Court and Spark - She performed in April 1974 in a benefit concert at the Sir George Williams University Auditorium and appeared live again in August, twice at The Corral Club, accompanied by Neil Young
Tonight's the Night (Neil Young album) - "'Tonight's the Night"' is the sixth studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, released in 1975 on Reprise Records, catalogue MS 2221
Devo - In 1977 Devo were asked by Neil Young to participate in the making of his film "Human Highway"
Emmylou Harris - A Christmas album, "Light of the Stable", was released in 1979; its title track featured backing vocals by Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Neil Young, all three of whom Harris had worked with sporadically since the mid-1970s, and with whom she continued to collaborate with through the 2000s
After providing the incidental music to a 1980 biopic of Hunter S. Thompson entitled "Where the Buffalo Roam", Young released "Hawks & Doves", a short record pieced together from sessions going back to 1974
Trans (album) - Recorded and released during his Geffen-era in the 1980s, "Trans" baffled many Neil Young fans upon its initial release
Russ Tamblyn - Tamblyn played the supporting role in Neil Young's 1982 "Human Highway" while credited for screenplay and choreography
Trans (album) - "'Trans"' is the twelfth studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, released on December 29, 1982
Landing on Water - Several of the songs on the album were resurrected from Neil Young and Crazy Horse's failed 1984 sessions - a set of sessions where, according to longtime producer David Briggs, the musicians "played like monkeys"
Willie Nelson - Along with Neil Young and John Mellencamp, he set up Farm Aid in 1985 to assist and increase awareness of the importance of family farms, after Bob Dylan's comments during the Live Aid concert that he hoped some of the money would help American farmers in danger of losing their farms through mortgage debt
Corey Hart (singer) - "Never Surrender" was the No. 2 song in the year-end Canadian charts in 1985, finishing second only to the Northern Lights charity single "Tears Are Not Enough" in which Hart had participated, alongside veteran Canadian artists like Gordon Lightfoot, Neil Young, Joni_Mitchell and 1980s chart rival Bryan Adams
Stephen Stills - Since, Neil Young has joined the trio for two albums in 1988 and 1999, and tours in 2000, 2002, and 2006
This Note's for You - "'This Note's for You"' is the seventeenth studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, released on April 11, 1988
In the wake of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, Young revived the song in concert, often dedicating it to the Chinese students who were killed in the massacre
Living With War - While Young had never been a stranger to eco-friendly lyrics, themes of environmentalist spirituality and activism became increasingly prominent in his work throughout the 1990s and 2000s, especially on "Greendale" and "Living With War"
Mike Ness - He has used Seymour Duncan P-90s in all of his guitars since touring with Neil Young in the early 1990s
Courtney Love - Her varying genre interests were illustrated in a 1991 interview with "Flipside", in which she stated: "There's a part of me that wants to have a grindcore band and another that wants to have a Raspberries-type pop band", citing her admiration for Neil Young
Steve Cropper - In 1992, Booker T. & the M.G.'s were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Cropper appeared with a new line-up of the group for the Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary concert, on October 1992 at Madison Square Garden, performing songs by and backing Dylan, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Johnny Cash, Chrissie Hynde, Sinéad O'Connor, Stevie Wonder and Neil Young
In 1994 Young again collaborated with Crazy Horse for "Sleeps with Angels", a record whose dark, sombre mood was influenced by Kurt Cobain's death earlier that year: the title track in particular dealt with Cobain's life and death, without mentioning him by name
Jack Irons - Irons made his debut with the band at Neil Young's 1994 Bridge School Benefit, but he was not officially announced as the band's new drummer until its 1995 "Self-Pollution" satellite radio broadcast, a four-and-a-half hour long pirate broadcast out of Seattle, Washington which was available to any radio stations that wanted to carry it
In 1998, Young renewed his collaboration with the rock band Phish, sharing the stage at the annual Farm Aid concert and at Young's Bridge School Benefit, where he joined headliners Phish for renditions of "Helpless" and "I Shall Be Released
Tegan and Sara - In 1999 they signed with Neil Young's Vapor Records and released "This Business of Art" through the label in 2000
In 2000, Young was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame
His 2001 single "Let's Roll" was a tribute to the victims of the September 11 attacks, and the effective action taken by the passengers and crew on Flight 93 in particular
Greendale - It was Young's first collaboration with Crazy Horse since the Greendale album and tour in 2003 and 2004
Genius Loves Company - The previous record for most tracks from the same album was 9 by Neil Young & Crazy Horse with their 2003 "Greendale" album
Stephen Stills - His youngest son, Oliver Ragland, was born in 2004 and named in honor of Neil Young, whose maternal family name is Ragland
Ben Keith - Keith played the role of Grandpa Green in the Neil Young feature length movie "Greendale", a film accompaniment released on DVD to Young's 2004 album of the same name
In March 2005, while working on the "Prairie Wind" album in Nashville, Young was diagnosed with a brain aneurysm
Pat Smear - On October 21 and 22, 2006 he joined the band for both days of the Bridge School Benefit Concert, hosted by Neil Young
Lori McKenna - In 2007, McKenna recorded a cover of Neil Young's "The Needle and the Damage Done" for the American Laundromat Records benefit CD "Cinnamon Girl - Women Artists Cover Neil Young For Charity"
David Crosby - Crosby, Stills, and Nash appeared together on a 2008 episode of "The Colbert Report", and Neil Young joined them during the musical performance at the end of the episode
Kristin Hersh - In 2008, Hersh recorded a cover of Neil Young's "Like a Hurricane" for the American Laundromat Records charity CD "Cinnamon Girl - Women Artists Cover Neil Young for Charity"
Jeff Tweedy - On December 16, 2008 Spencer Tweedy joined Wilco on stage at Madison Square Garden to play drums on their song "The Late Greats," while opening for Neil Young
Glastonbury Festival - In 2009, he headlined the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, England, at Hard Rock Calling in London and, after years of unsuccessful booking attempts, the Isle of Wight Festival in addition to performances at the Big Day Out festival in New Zealand and Australia and the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona
Young performed "Long May You Run" at the closing ceremony of the 2010 Olympic winter games in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Josh Klinghoffer - In January 2010, Klinghoffer performed with the band for the first time as their lead guitarist at a MusiCares tribute event to Neil Young for a performance of Young's "A Man Needs a Maid
Joshua Dysart - In June 2010, Vertigo Comics published Dysart's graphic novel based on Neil Young's 2003 album "Greendale"
Jackson Browne - In October 2010 Browne performed at both days of the 24th Annual Bridge School Benefit Concert, a yearly fundraiser established by Neil Young
Like Demme's earlier work with Young, most of the film consists of a simply filmed live performance, in this case, Young's homecoming show in May 2011 at Toronto's Massey Hall, four decades after he first played at the iconic venue
The Monkees - Nesmith stated in Rhino Handmade's 2011 Deluxe Edition reissue, "I guess it was the same embryo beating in me that was somewhere in Don Henley and Glenn Frey and Linda Ronstadt and Neil Young
City and Colour - On March 27, 2011, City and Colour performed Neil Young's "Old Man" as part of the four song tribute to Toronto during the Juno *awards of 2011
Tom Dula - Most recently, Neil Young's 2012 album "Americana" features a song called Tom Dula, a re-working of Thomas Land's original poem
Psychedelic Pill - This is the second release of a Neil Young collaboration with Crazy Horse in 2012, and their first original work together since the "Greendale" album and tour in 2003 and 2004
Tom Dula - The describe it as "our original reinvention of the 'Tom Dula' story for the Neil Young Americana Contest, June 2012"
Psychedelic Pill - "'Psychedelic Pill"' is the thirty-third studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, released on October 30, 2012
High-resolution audio - Competition in online high-resolution audio retail stepped-up in 2014 with the announcement of Neil Young's Pono service
In April 2016, the "LA Times" reported that Neil Young would perform at a concert in Coachella
Jim Keltner - In 2016, Keltner recorded drums for Neil Young's thirty-seventh studio album, "Peace Trail"
Chris Cornell - The movie "American Satan" released in October 2017, paid tribute to Cornell and other artists who have died since production on the movie began with a music video featuring the band portrayed in the film, The Relentless, playing Neil Young's song "Hey Hey, My My "
Apple Music - In December 2017, singer-songwriter Neil Young released a new archive as part of his Neil_Young Archives project, and criticized Apple for the audio quality offered by its Apple Music streaming service, stating: "Apple Music controls the audio quality that is served to the masses and chooses to not make high quality available, reducing audio quality to between 5 percent and 20 percent of the master I made in studio in all cases
Nils Lofgren - In May 2018, Lofgren replaced Frank Sampedro in Crazy Horse for their reunion concerts with Neil Young
In April 2019, after Young revived Crazy Horse for a series of low-profile theater gigs beginning May 1, 2018 in Fresno, California, the band began recording "at least 11 new songs, all written recently" for a new album