Neil Young has announced a four-night run an New York City's legendary Carnegie Hall. Young reunited this past weekend with David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash, at his annual Bridge School Benefit in Northern California. Young's Carnegie Hall dates are set for January 6th, 7th, 9th and 10th. There's been no official word on whether Young will be joined by Crazy Horse, other supplemental musicians, or will be performing on his own acoustically.
Coming on November 26th is Neil Young's latest vault release, called Live At The Cellar Door 1970. The set is part of his ongoing "Performance Archive Series." The acoustic collection is culled from Young's six shows recorded at the Washington, D.C. venue on November 30th, December 1st and 2nd, 1970 -- with an early and late show each day.
Neil Young told us that there's no real pattern to the music he records, and that the songs themselves tell him how things will go: "There's no real logic to it. I may do two rock n' roll albums in a row at some point, or I may do two soft ones in a row, or I may do some different kind of album that everybody wonders what the hell I did that for. I mean, y'know, I could do that. Y'know, it just depends, and there's no plan. I'm just going with the songs. The songs dictate the direction."
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