Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Neil Young & Crazy Horse will make a national road trip for the first time in a decade this spring, making good on plans that were being laid for the band to hit the road before the pandemic interrupted the reunion.
The 16-date tour begins with two nights in San Diego April 24-25 and wraps up May 23 in Chicago. The tour will come on the heels of the release of a new Neil Young & Crazy Horse album, “Fu##in’ Up,” which will get a limited release on vinyl for Record Store Day April 20 before getting an all-format release April 26.
The album is said to consist of songs from the band’s past, newly recorded in 2023. The month-long tour is too short to hit all the cities fans might hope for, missing major touring tentpoles like Los Angeles, for instance (although San Diego is not too far a drive, for those who can score tickets to the amphitheater shows there).
Other urban areas included in the routing are Queens, Toronto, Boston, Detroit, Phoenix, Austin, Dallas, Nashville, Atlanta, Huntsville, Bristow, Camden and Bridgeport.Read more on variety.com