It seems that Neil Young will never get old. The Canadian rocker, who has been around seemingly forever (he started his solo career in 1960, before moving to California in 1966 and co-founding Buffalo Springfield), will be releasing his second studio album of the year, titled Psychedelic Pill, with his band Crazy Horse. Earlier in the year, Young & Crazy Horse released a cover album called Americana. Surprisingly, they have shied away from playing any of those tunes live, though they have been introducing some of the new original material over the summer.
Psychedelic Pill is set to be released in October. Neil Young & Crazy Horse has been tapped to headline the Global Festival on September 29th in NYC’s Central Park.
Here is a video of Young & Crazy Horse from performing “Cinnamon Girl” earlier this year: