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A Rock Star Bucks A Coffee Shop

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neil-young-lukas-nelson-promise-of-the-real-a-rock-star-bucks-a-coffee-shop-video-750x422Official Music Video for “A Rock Star Bucks A Coffee Shop” by Neil Young + Promise Of The Real from the upcoming New album ‘The Monsanto Years’ , available on June 29th.

Judge for yourself. As always, the whistling is nice. 

 

 

Unofficial lyrics

If you don’t like a rock star bucks a coffee shop
Well you better change your station cause that ain’t all that we got
Yeah, I want a cup of coffee but I don’t want a GMO
I like to start my day off without helping Monsanto
Monsanto, let our farmers grow What they wanna grow
From the fields of Nebraska to the banks of the Ohio
Farmers won’t be free to grow what they wanna grow
If corporate control takes over the American farm
With fascist politicians and chemical giants walking arm in arm
Monsanto, let our farmers grow What they wanna grow
When the people of Vermont voted to label our food with GMOs
So that they could find out what was in what the farmer grows
Monsanto and Starbucks grew the Grocery Manufacturers Alliance
It sued the state of Vermont to overturn the people’s will
Monsanto — and Starbucks — others want to know
What they feed their children
Monsanto, let our farmers grow What they wanna grow

 

Neil performs Down by the River at Charly’s in Maui

By Shaka Geoff

By Shaka Geoff

 

Neil Young and Promise of the Real performs Down by the River, among other songs, on May 23 at Charley’s, a small bar in Paia, Maui. He was there for the March Against Monsanto event.

For the complete setlist from this event, visit http://www.sugarmtn.org/

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OutGrow Monsanto

Neil in Maui (2)

Neil Young performs at and participates in “OutGrow Monsanto” GMO Free Maui’s Event, on Saturday, May 23.

Visited by Young,  Lukas and Micah Nelson.

Planting and Performance of Neil’s New Song “The Monsanto Years” Ensues.

Check out more photos on https://www.facebook.com/NeilYoung?fref=nf

 

 

 

Young & Stills at Light Up the Blues

Neil Young at Light Up The BluesNeil Young and Steven Stills performed “BlueBird” together at the Light Up the Blues concert Saturday night that benefits Autism Speaks.

The concert was held at the historic Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, Clif.  hosted by Kristen and Stephen Stills.  They have a son with autism who has become a highly-talented filmmaker.

Chris Stills says his brother is his main inspiration and why he became a producer of the concert.

Jack Black was the emcee for the annual event’s third year in raising awareness and money for the cause.

Also joining the jam were talented artists with autism, such as Nick Guzman.

Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Don Felder, Shawn Colvin, Steve Earle, The White Buffalo and Chris Stills team up for the 3rd Light Up the Blues Concert to benefit Autism Speaks!

 

 

 The evening celebrated Autism Awareness month.
 According to Tom Hambleton at Sugarmountain.org the song line up is as follows:
Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California, USA
Light Up The Blues Benefit
Neil Young & Stephen Stills
 
1. Long May You Run          (acoustic guitar)
2. Human Highway          acoustic guitar)
3. I Don’t Know          (acoustic guitar)
4. Virtual Here & Now          (electric guitar) [new Stills song]
5. Don’t Want Lies          (electric guitar)
6. For What It’s Worth          (electric guitar)
7. Bluebird          (electric guitar)
8. Mr. Soul          (electric guitar)
9. Rockin’ In The Free World          (electric guitar)
 
 
Neil Young & Stephen Stills together for all songs playing with a house band that including Doug Pettibone. 
Rockin’ In The Free World included Shawn Colvin, Steve Earle, Chris Stills and others.

 

Audio of Neil at SLO Brew Performance

Neil & Promise of the RealThe audio to songs performed by Neil Young and Promise of the Real are up on Michael Goldberg’s Blog: “Days of the Crazy Wild” and up on You Tube.

He writes:

“Some of the songs, such as the one that may be called “If I Don’t Know,” is quite good — one of his best in some years. Others are more like political rants that, at least on initial listen, don’t hold up. It’s admirable that Young wants to use the platform he has to deliver political messages, but at times his songs suffer because it seems the message is more important than the song. Also, while GMOs are an issue, they pale besides the horrendous impact of animal agriculture on climate change and out environment and I wish Neil Young would get him to the biggest cause of climate change and focus some of his political energy on it.”

Or is that just too hot a topic for Neil Young to address.

Read more here: http://www.daysofthecrazy-wild.com/audio-neil-young-willie-nelsons-sons-live-at-slo-brewing-co-full-set/

Here’s one of the audios: “Big Sky Wolf Moon”

 

 

Random Quote

Ain\'t it funny how you feel
When you\'re findin\' out it\'s real?

by -- Neil Young

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