Watch Neil Young's Induction into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame"Songs are like animals. You really have to be careful with them and sneak up on them and don't scare them," Young said.
Neil Young Gets Political at 2017 Farm Aid: 'America Is Already Great'Young refuted President's Trump's campaign slogan.
Neil Young Premeires Animated 'Powderfinger' VideoThe song comes from Young's long-lost Hitchhiker, which was originally recorded in the summer of 1976.
Listen to Neil Young's 'Hitchhiker' from Previously Unreleased AlbumIn addition to the original versions of songs fans may know, the album also includes the previously unheard songs “Hawaii” and “Give Me Strength.”
The Daily Cut: Neil Young "Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)"Neil Young's line "It's better to burn out than to fade away," is one of rock's most famous and debated lyrics.
Neil Young Debuts 'Children of Destiny' VideoThe song features a collaboration with a 56-piece orchestra.
Mr.Classic’s Classic Rock Pick of the Day Neil Young Motorcycle MamaSuch a great Neil Young tune from "Comes a Time".
Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit Canceled after 30 Years“Although I will continue in fundraising efforts, for personal reasons beginning this year I will no longer be hosting The Bridge School Concert,” Young said.
Farm Aid 2017 Lineup Includes Jack Johnson, Avett Brothers and MoreThe concert's three original founders, Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp, will headline the annual event.
Neil Young to Release Lost 'Hitchhiker' Album from 1976"I spent the night there with David and recorded nine solo acoustic songs, completing a tape I called Hitchhiker," Young wrote in his memor.
Classic Rock Almanac May 23, 2017J. Geils Band bassist Danny Klein celebrates his 71st birthday today. When he's not playing with the Geils Band, Klein leads a Geils cover band that takes its name from one of the group's live albums. What is it called?
The Daily Cut: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young "Ohio" Neil Young wrote "Ohio" soon after hearing the news of the shootings of 13 students on the campus of Kent State University on May 4th, 1970 that resulted in four deaths.