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Some Much Overlooked Facts Unravel the Emotional Neil Young/Spotify Squabble

Mr. Young was not exactly negotiating from a standpoint of strength – and a Spotify man doesn't need him around anyhow.

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Spotify is removing Neil Young’s music after falling out over Joe Rogan

Musician Neil Young is following through on his threat to pull his extensive and well-loved sonic catalogue from Spotify. Young took a stand against the company’s relationship with podcaster Joe Rogan this week, accusing Spotify of propagating Covid-19 mi

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Stones, Dylan, McCartney play Coachella site in October

Goldenvoice announced Tuesday that the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters and the Who will perform during a three-day concert in the Southern California desert where the annual Coachella music festival is held.

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Listening to Neil Young's Live Archives | The Pitch | Pitchfork

Neil Young fans have grown accustomed to waiting. Tyler Wilcox looks back at the highlights of the Performance Series' ongoing dive into the various stages of Young's onstage life over the decades, where brilliance can be found lurking in the most unexpec

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Neil Young Pulling Catalog From Streaming Services | Rolling Stone

Neil Young announced that he is pulling his music off of streaming services over frustration with the medium's sound quality.

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Fallon Sings Neil Young with Neil Young - Fallon Plays 'Old Man' on 'Tonight Show' - Esquire

Watch Jimmy Fallon pull off his best Neil Young impression for an intimate performance of 'Old Man'... with Neil Young.

Politics | Media Watch

On PBS: Watch Hippie-Hypocrite Neil Young Sing 'End Fracking Now'

On Thursday, Charlie Rose invited singer-songwriter Neil Young on his PBS show to promote his latest album and played a clip of the Woodstock-generation singer’s first single - basically an anthem against Big Oil called “Who is Going to Stand Up?” I

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Neil Young and Jack White give old songs new meanings

The anemic state of the music industry frequently raises suspicions about gimmicks and marketing ploys, and if not for the reputations of its creators—Neil Young and Jack White—that’s how A Letter Home might sound on paper. Recorded using

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Jack White And Neil Young Make History On 'The Tonight Show'

Neil Young and Jack White made history when they were guests on

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Neil Young 'A Letter Home' Album Review | Album Reviews | Rolling Stone

Earlier this year, Neil Young unveiled Pono, a super-high-def audio service meant to deliver us from the sonic crimes of the earbud era. For his next ...