Neil Young and Crazy Horse Confirm North American Tour Dates
The Toronto native, Billy Talbot, Ralph Molina and Poncho Sampedro will hit the road this fall, after the release of "Americana," their first album in nine years.
TORONTO -- Neil Young and Crazy Horse are reuniting for their first tour in eight years, Live Nation Entertainment said Monday.
Hot on the heels of the June 5 release of Americana, their first album since 2003's Greendale, Toronto native Young and Crazy Horse will hit the road this fall, starting Oct. 3 in Windsor, Ontario.
After dates in Kingston and London, Ontario, the concert tour will dip down into the northeastern U.S. market.
The North American tour will continue with a western U.S. swing, including an Oct. 17 date at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles with Los Lobos, before ending with a Bridgeport, Conn., concert with Patti Smith on Dec. 4.
Young and Crazy Horse also plan November concert dates with Smith in New York City, Philadelphia and Fairfax, Va.
Their first tour since 2004 will support Americana, a collection of American folk standards, some dating back as much as 200 years.
Americana was produced by Young and John Hanlon, along with Mark Humphreys.
Ticket sales for the North American tour begin June 8 in select markets at Ticketmaster.com and LiveNation.com.
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