Neil Young announces first post-pandemic live show

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Neil Young has announced his first live performance since before the pandemic. On April 22, he’s headlining the Light Up the Blues charity fundraiser alongside Stephen Stills. Rolling Stone points out that the concert, which benefits Autism Speaks, will also feature performances from Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Chris Stills, Oliver Stills, and other special guests. 

Throughout the pandemic, Young has refrained from doing live performances, most recently dropping off the lineup of Farm Aid because he didn’t think it was safe enough to do so while Covid-19 was still circulating. Neil Young’s last public live performance was Harvest Moon: A Gathering, a benefit for the Bridge School and Painted Turtle Camp which took place in fall 2019, and also featured Norah Jones and Father John Misty.

Neil Young’s On the Beach, Harvest and After the Gold Rush are on our list of the 150 Best Albums of the 1970s.

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