Dubbed by some as the Godfather of Grunge, the singer-songwriter sheds his on-stage persona for a more personal portrait.
Penning his songs on the hearts and minds of millions of listeners throughout the years, Neil Young is considered to be one of the most influential singers to have ever graced the stage. Young used his signature tenor voice and powerful lyrics to touch his audiences with every performance. His personal style of song writing was made popular by songs such as Heart of Gold and After the Gold Rush.
I bet that Neil Young fans among you can almost hear his immortalized guitar intros and solos as you read this.
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