Neil Young and Crazy Horse Have New Album, Tour and Tickets For Sale

At 73, Neil Young and Crazy Horse are back at it, with a new album and tour planned.  According to his website“We believe we have a great Crazy Horse album, one to stand alongside Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, Rust Never Sleeps, Sleeps With Angels, Psychedelic Pill and all the others,” “Untitled at the moment, our Crazy Horse album stands as one of the most diverse albums I have ever made and I can’t wait for you to hear it."

The album consists of 11 new songs ranging from three minutes to 14 minutes, will be released early this fall. The currently untitled LP will be the group’s first since 2012’s Psychedelic Pill.  Neil ends the post by telling fans, “Soon you will be hearing it too!” and shares the good news, “We plan to tour in support of this album and hope to see you all there.” In addition to the new songs, Young has announced plans to release a concert he played with the Stray Gators at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa on February 5th, 1973. Titled simply TUSCALOOSA, it will come out June 7th. 

So far, four dates have been announced, along with a performance at the festival Bottlerock Napa.  The five newly announced concerts are scheduled for May and are being billed as the 'Road To Bottlerock.' The tour kicks off on May 17th in Portland.  Visit TicketIQ for cheap Neil Young Tickets.

Legendary folk artist Neil Young is slated to play a string of dates with his new band Promise of the Real this fall. The tour, coined Don’t Miss the Rebel Content, will kick off on October 1 at Adams Event Center in Missoula, Montana and will wrap up at the Greek Theatre on October 17. The setlist contains nearly three hours of Young’s classics alongside new material from Promise of the Real’s collaborative album with him, The Monsanto Years, which he released in June.

The 69-year-old is taking his new band, Promise of the Real, will make stops in the U.S. and Canada, and the tour will primarily remain on the West Coast, making 11 stops it total.  Currently, the average secondary ticket price is $170 across all dates.  The most expensive show on the tour is Neil Young’s October 10 stop at the Santa Barbara Bowl in California, where the average secondary ticket price is $328 with a get-in ticket price of $174.  To compare, Neil Young’s cheapest date on the tour run is his October 2 stop at The Spokane Arena in Washington, where an average ticket price is $122 with a get-in price of $73.

Below is the average setlist Neil Young has played with Promise of Real, courtesy of setlist.fm

After the Gold Rush

(Neil Young cover) (Neil solo on piano)

Heart of Gold

(Neil Young cover) (Neil solo on acoustic guitar)

Long May You Run

(The Stills–Young Band cover) (Neil solo on acoustic guitar)

Old Man

(Neil Young cover) (Neil solo on acoustic guitar)

Mother Earth (Natural Anthem)

(Neil Young & Crazy Horse cover) (Neil solo on pump organ)

Out on the Weekend

(Neil Young cover)

Unknown Legend

(Neil Young cover)

From Hank to Hendrix

(Neil Young cover)

Harvest Moon

(Neil Young cover)

Wolf Moon

Words (Between the Lines of Age)

(Neil Young cover)

Bad Fog of Loneliness

(Neil Young cover)

A Rock Star Bucks a Coffee Shop

People Want to Hear About Love

A New Day for Love

Cowgirl in the Sand

(Neil Young & Crazy Horse cover)

Workin’ Man

Big Box

Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere

(Neil Young & Crazy Horse cover)

Monsanto Years

Love and Only Love

(Neil Young & Crazy Horse cover)

Encore:

Don't Be Denied

(Neil Young cover)

Roll Another Number (For the Road)

 

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