Neil Young & Crazy Horse are set to play four headline shows across the UK next summer.
Crazy Horse are well named. Taking their moniker from the Native American hero, the band's ferocious noise is more like a force of nature than a musical experience. Loud and lengthy, their sets allow Neil Young to showcase his love of volume addled rock 'n' roll.
Recently returning with the expansive double LP set 'Psychedelic Pill' the band are now setting their sights on the UK. Neil Young & Crazy Horse have confirmed four headline dates in the UK next summer, the first time the group have performing in the country since 2001. Frank ‘Poncho’ Sampedro, Billy Talbot and Ralph Molina will line up alongside Neil Young, bringing their live show to Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena on June 10th.
Hitting Birmingham, the band will then play a date in Glasgow's SECC on June 13th. The tour finishes in London on June 17th, with Neil Young & Crazy Horse set to perform in the O2 Arena. The date is the Canadian born artist's first London show since March 2008, when he played a series of gigs at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo.
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Neil Young & Crazy Horse are set to play the following shows:
10 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
11 Birmingham LG Arena
13 Glasgow SECC
17 London O2 Arena