In 1971 Neil Young went to a record store and discovered they were selling bootleg LPs of his music. Young asked the clerk why the record store was carrying the bootlegs. The clerk played dumb ("I don't listen to records, so I don't know. I listen to tapes.") Young didn't like it and called the owner and told him he planned to take the LPs without paying for them.
Enjoy this video of Neil Young shopping for records fifty years ago and finding a bootleg of his own work. He gets mad about it, too! Classic Neil. There's a record shop in Pittsburgh that still looks exactly like this, except for the prices. READ THE REST
Mutants of a certain age still remember the power of the protest song and counter-cultural anthem, "Ohio," by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (written by Neil Young). On Saturday night, the band Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit performed the song in Santa Barbara, joined onstage by David Crosby and Shawn Colvin (captured here on… READ THE REST
Earlier this week Neil Young wrote an open letter to Spotify instructing them to either kick Joe Rogan off the platform or stop streaming his songs. "I am doing this because Spotify is spreading fake information about vaccines — potentially causing death to those who believe the disinformation being spread by them," wrote Young. "They… READ THE REST
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