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Neil Young

Born: 
11/12/1945
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Years Active: 
1960-present

Neil Percival Young is a Canadian singer-songwriter who is widely regarded as one of the most influential musicians of his generation.

Discography

Released: 1967
Released: 1970
Released: 1974
Released: 1979
Released: 1982
Released: 1989

Concerts

Event Date Venue Citysort descending Region Country
Neil Young 04/29/1989 NHK Hall Tokyo Shibuya Japan
Neil Young 04/28/1989 NHK Hall Tokyo Shibuya Japan
Neil Young & Crazy Horse 10/11/1986 Joe Louis Arena Detroit Michigan USA
Neil Young 02/19/1983 Cobo Arena Detroit Michigan USA
Neil Young 01/05/1973 Milwaukee Auditorium Milwaukee Wisconsin USA
Neil Young & Crazy Horse 10/12/1986 MECCA Arena Milwaukee Wisconsin USA
Neil Young & the Bluenotes 08/14/1988 Marcus Amphitheatre Milwaukee Wisconsin USA
Neil Young & Crazy Horse 10/03/1986 Maple Leaf Gardens Toronto Ontario Canada
Neil Young & Crazy Horse 09/02/1987 Exhibition Stadium Toronto Ontario Canada
Neil Young & Crazy Horse 02/14/1991 Maple Leaf Gardens Toronto Ontario Canada
Neil Young 08/18/1993 Exhibition Place Toronto Ontario Canada
Neil Young & the Bluenotes 08/18/1988 Exhibition Stadium Toronto Ontario Canada
Neil Young & International Harvester 08/17/1985 Exhibition Stadium Toronto Ontario Canada
Neil Young 04/12/1989 National Tennis Centre Melbourne Victoria Australia
Neil Young 04/11/1989 National Tennis Centre Melbourne Victoria Australia
Neil Young 02/17/1992 Beacon Theatre NYC New York USA
Neil Young 02/13/1992 Beacon Theatre NYC New York USA
Neil Young 02/15/1992 Beacon Theatre NYC New York USA
Neil Young & Crazy Horse 10/07/1986 Madison Square Garden NYC New York USA
Neil Young & Crazy Horse 02/04/1991 Madison Square Garden NYC New York USA
Neil Young 02/18/1992 Beacon Theatre NYC New York USA
Neil Young 09/05/1989 The Palladium NYC New York USA
Neil Young 02/14/1992 Beacon Theatre NYC New York USA
Neil Young 09/06/1989 The Palladium NYC New York USA
Neil Young 02/19/1992 Beacon Theatre NYC New York USA

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