Archive for February, 2011

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Human-Highway Radio

today at GMT+1 = 11:00 there will be a Sunday sermon radio. Join in.

It was: at 19 Feb. GMT+1 20:00h or such, Human-Highway radio went online. Jens presented whatever Neil. Tune in. If Rick Rosas is bored, he’d join in.

Crime In The City

Rocking in a Free World

I think, it’s a crime against humanity what happens in Libyia. The people want a revolution and all we do is to stand-by. It’s a shame for the West’s ideals. All the oil-profiteers should step in instead of cowardly bailing out. Where is the fucking UN? People get killed for rocking in a free world…

…more to come here. Send me a cheeseburger. Where is the Anrgy World?

“Old Man” rap cover

By RedLight King: ” Musically, Something For The Pain blends these pensive musings with a decidedly rock sound punched with rhythmic undertones. “Old Man”, the first single from the upcoming CD is not a cover but rather was written as an ode to his own father while paying homage to musical icon Neil Young’s song of the same name and, for the first time ever, contains an approved sample of Young’s original song. Done with great respect, the song carries a deeply personal message with a thoroughly modern and original twist.”

From Yahoo-new-music:

Music icon Neil Young is notorious for resisting the use of his work by others. He has steadfastly–and somewhat refreshingly–avoided any commercial use or sampling of his vast catalog. He even wrote a song about his views called “This One’s For You.”

So it comes as a surprise that Young has given the go-ahead to Redlight King, a little-known rock group whose song “Old Man” heavily references Neil’s original from 1972.

In a brilliant story of perseverance, the band managed to get the track to the source of the matter after all other options were exhausted. His managers, lawyers, and everyone in-between had initially denied the request. Yet after the song was passed to Neil himself, usage was approved for what became the ultimate personal stamp of approval.

Buffalo Springfield to play at this year’s Bonnaroo in June

Buffalo Springfield at bonnaroo

Buffalo Springfield at bonnaroo

www.bonnaroo.com

at Manchester, Tennesse, Festival.
Billboard-Magazin:

Buffalo Springfield’s set — featuring Richie Furay, Stephen Stills,
Neil Young, Rick Rosas and Joe Vitale — will be the band’s sole
festival appearance of the summer.June 9-12, 2011
lineup so far :

Eminem • Arcade Fire • Widespread Panic • The Black Keys • Buffalo Springfield feat Richie Furay, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Rick Rosas, Joe Vitale • My Morning Jacket • Lil Wayne • String Cheese Incident • Robert Plant & Band of Joy • Mumford & Sons • The Strokes • The Decemberists • Ray Lamontagne • Bassnectar • Iron & Wine • Girl Talk • Primus • Dr. John and The Original Meters performing Desitively Bonnaroo • Alison Krauss & Union Station • Pretty Lights • Florence + the Machine • SuperJam featuring Dan Auerbach and Dr. John • Explosions in the Sky • STS9 • Gogol Bordello • Beirut • Big Boi • Scissor Sisters • Gregg Allman • Ratatat • Robyn • Warren Haynes Band • Deerhunter • Opeth • & Many More!

The new BNB page

Hello, this BNB portal went online today.
Thanks to the BNB-team for making it possible.

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Random Quote

““Here it is, here’s what we once had, here it is again, listen and tell me that any digital format can even remotely approach this, not just sonically, but emotionally”.”
by --Neil Young

Neil Young on Tour

  • Neil Young on Tour

Sugar Mountain setlists

Tom Hambleton provides BNB with setlists, thankfully. His website is the most comprehensive searchable archives on the Internets about anything Neil Young related setlists. Goto Sugar Mountain.

Other Neil News

  • Neil Young News

Rust Radio

  • http://www.rustradio.org/

HH-Radio + NY Info

  • http://www.neil-young.info/
  • NY-Info-Radio

Human Highway

  • http://www.human-highway.org/

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