Neil Young & Crazy Horse Hit The Road This Fall For First Tour In Eight Years

posted July 5, 2012

Neil Young & Crazy Horse Hit The Road This Fall For First Tour In Eight Years

Having already thrilled fans with the news that they will release Americana, their first album in nine years, Neil Young & Crazy Horse have announced that they will hit the road this fall for their first tour together since 2004.

Americana is rich a collection of classic American compositions, some dating back 200 years or more and each has its own unique history veiled with multiple meanings and relatable, lyrical significance as applicable today as they were in the America of yesteryear. Have a look at the following video links for a view into our past as evidence: Oh Susannah, Jesus' Chariot (She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain), Clementine.

Crazy Horse: Young, Billy Talbot, Ralph Molina, and Poncho Sampredo will hit the road to perform them for audiences across North America beginning October 1st and continuing on for two months. The tour will visit cities from coast to coast, including stops to the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Americana was produced by Neil and John Hanlon along with Mark Humphreys, and engineered by John Hanlon with John Hausmann and Jeff Pinn. It was recorded at Audio Casa Blanca by John Hanlon.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse's upcoming tour dates are as follows:

  • Aug 5                Morrison, CO                 Red Rocks Amphit.
  • Aug 6                Morrison, CO                 Red Rocks Amphit.
  • Aug 10-12          SF, CA                          Golden Gate Park/Outside Lands Fest.
  • Oct 3                Windsor, ONT                WFCU Centre  
  • Oct 5                Kingston, ONT               K ROCK Centre
  • Oct 6                London, ONT                 John Labatt Centre  
  • Oct 8                Cleveland, OH                Wolstein Center  
  • Oct 9                Pittsburgh, PA               Petersen Events Center  
  • Oct 11              Chicago, IL                    United Center  
  • Oct 13              Austin, TX                     Zilker Park / Austin City Limits Fest.
  • Oct 14              Tulsa, OK                      Tulsa Convention Center Arena
  • Oct 17              Los Angeles, CA            Hollywood Bowl  
  • Nov 10              Seattle, WA                  Key Arena  
  • Nov 11              Vancouver, BC               Rogers Arena  
  • Nov 13              Calgary, AB                   Scotiabank Saddledome  
  • Nov 14              Saskatoon, SK              Credit Union Centre  
  • Nov 16              Winnipeg, MB                MTS Centre  
  • Nov 19              Toronto, ON                   Air Canada Centre  
  • Nov 23              Montreal, QC                 Bell Centre  
  • Nov 24              Ottawa, ON                   Scotiabank Place
  • Nov 26              Boston, MA                   TD Garden
  • Nov 27              New York, NY                Madison Square Garden
  • Nov 29              Philadelphia, PA            Wells Fargo Center
  • Nov 30              Fairfax, VA                    Patriot Center  
  • Dec 4                Bridgeport, CT               Webster Bank Arena at Harbor Yard

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