Neil Young and Crazy Horse will release a new album in 2019

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Neil Young revealed that he will record a new album with Crazy Horse. They are starting recording this week. It will be their first album since 2012.

The legendary singer-songwriter has previously already confirmed that he will be touring in Europe in July. He will be touring in Germany, Holland and Belgium alongside his band Promise Of The Real.

Previously, they were confirmed to play at British Summer Time, but he decided to move away from the event, due to the involvement of Barclaycard as a sponsor in the concert series. He will, however, play a stand-alone concert with Bob Dylan in Hyde Park on the same date.

The most recent addition to his European tour is his performance at Tinderbox.

In addition, the tour dates for Uncle Neil’s shows came from his website, the same goes for the news about the new album with Crazy Horse.

The news came as a response to a reader’s letter asking about his future recording plans.

Young later said that the eleven songs, that were written recently, are going to be recorded starting this week.

Neil Young

Neil Young is a Canadian singer-songwriter and musician born in Toronto in 1945. He started his musical career in the late 60s. He released two solo albums before joining Crosby, Stills & Nash in 1969. Since then Neil Young has released more than thirty studio albums (nearly every year). He has been backed by various bands including Crazy Horse and even Pearl Jam! His distinct singing voice and guitar work combined with political and deeply personal lyrics make him one of the most recognizable artists of rock music. He has also won three Grammy Awards. In addition, he is one of a few musicians to be inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. At 73, Neil Young is still touring the world performing at many festivals. At the same time, he is being praised for very energetic and intense live performances.

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