It’s a rare event for older artists to film some of the happenings of their sessions and when it is, decades sometimes pass for those events to see the light of day. In the case of Neil Young‘s classic 1972 album Harvest, some of those magical studio sessions (and barn sessions) have been floating around YouTube for fans to froth at the mouth. Continue reading Footage Of Neil Young’s “Harvest” Sessions→
In the early 2000’s, Cartoon Network was gaining more notoriety with out of the box shows like Dexter’s Laboratory, Powerpuff Girls, and Courage The Cowardly Dog (to name a few). One of the most memorable parts of their daily programming wasn’t the shows though, but the strange (and now legendary) music videos in between.
“Well, we live in a trailer at the edge of town. You never see us ’cause we don’t come around. We got twenty five rifles just to keep the population down.” the opening line of Neil Young‘s “Revolution Blues” is startling and honest. Recollecting and commenting on the times he met Charles Manson and his family before the violent crimes were committed, Young took no hesitation with his commentary on his pre and post experiences. Continue reading Revolution Blues: When Neil Young Met Charles Manson→
What Happens When your Passion For History & Music Collide???
You get the Abandoned Concerts Tour 2017!!!
Shallow GravesNick Kelley is an avid musician and performer, and when asked why abandoned places, “I was watching some videos where people were walking through some abandoned banks and found the acoustics amazing. I then, got the idea that it would be cool to go to different abandoned places and perform while walking around and getting the story of the place.” Check out his video below, where Nick entertains us with “Rocky Raccoon”.