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Rock Report: Alex Lifeson Top Canadian Guitarist

Alex Lifeson of Rush has been named the Greatest Canadian Guitarist by CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), which has deemed November Guitar Month. They assembled a panel of CBC producers and hosts, compiled all of the nominations and ranked the guitarists accordingly

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Rock Report: Stephen Stills Still Angry With Neil Young

Stephen Stills shed some light on Neil Young skipping out of last summer's Buffalo Springfield reunion just prior to finalizing the tour plans. The scrapping of the road dates literally left Stills and Richie Furray flat, after expecting to be on tour for a presumably sold out summer-long reunion tour

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20 Years Ago: Neil Young’s ‘Harvest Moon’ Released

‘Harvest Moon’ was heralded as the sequel to ‘Harvest,’ Neil Young’s 1972 classic that remains his only No. 1 album. But we heard that before: Everything from the unreleased (but heavily bootlegged) 1977 LP ‘Chrome Dreams’ to various songs that have appeared on albums throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s have claimed that honor.

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Flashback: Neil Young’s ‘Decade’ Album Released 30 Years Ago

In a way, Neil Young’s ‘Decade’ – the three-LP, career-spanning retrospective that came out on October 28, 1977 – was rock’s first box set.

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Rock Report: Neil Young Becomes a Twitter Sensation

Legendary rocker Neil Young might not be the first guy you'd think of in terms of social media trendsetters, and with cheerful little ditties like 'The Needle and the Damage Done,' he might not make anyone's list of the funniest guys in the music business, either. But the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer proved to be both on Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 24), when he took to Twitter for an hour-long online chat that displayed his unusual sense of humor, becoming a worldwide trending topic in the process.

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Rock Report: Neil Young Paying Tribute To Influences On New Album [VIDEO]

Neil Young and Crazy Horse have released the second video from their upcoming release 'Psychedelic Pill' ahead of next week's release.

The latest is for "Twisted Road," a song in which Young mentions Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, The Grateful Dead and others who have influenced him

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Rock Report: Neil Young Joins Guns N’ Roses [VIDEO]

No, Neil Young isn't giving up his solo career or his gig with Crosby, Stills, and Nash, but he did join Guns N' Roses on stage over the weekend at his annual Bridge School Benefit concert.

Guns N' Roses played both nights and went acoustic, and were joined by their host Sunday evening for a cover of his "Don't Let It Bring You Down"

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Rock Report: Eddie Vedder Surprise Guest At Bridge School Benefit

Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder made a brief surprise appearance at the first day of Neil Young's 26th Bridge School Benefit at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California on Saturday. Other than that, things went pretty much according to schedule, the only exception being an unexplained switch in running order, with Guns N' Roses following Jack White's set and Vedder's guest shot -- thereby taking the final slot before Young and Crazy Horse closed the evening out

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Guns N’ Roses Unplug for Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit

When the lineup was announced for Neil Young's acoustic Bridge School Benefit this year, there was a little bit of surprise in seeing Guns N' Roses name on the list, given the band's penchant for blowing the roof off of venues. But Axl Rose and company worked up a set where the electric guitars weren't needed and delivered it Saturday night (Oct. 20) in Mountain View, Calif.

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2012 Bridge School Benefit Concert to Be Available as Online Pay-Per-View

For more than a quarter of a century, the Bridge School Benefit Concert spearheaded by Neil Young has been a highlight of the San Francisco Bay Area's concert calendar -- but this year, you'll be able to join in the fun even if you don't happen to live in the area.

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