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Neil Young, Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real The Monsanto Years (video)

Thursday, January 28th, 2016

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Lukas Nelson and Micah Nelson on Tour in Paris

Saturday, January 23rd, 2016

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Lukas and Micah Nelson are sharing pictures on Facebook from Paris, where they are on tour with Neil Young and Promise of the Real.

Watch Lukas and Micah Nelson with Neil Young help honor Willie Nelson #GershwinPrizeConcert (PBS tonight)

Friday, January 15th, 2016

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Lukas Nelson on Facebook:

My band #promiseofthereal with #neilyoung will be on #PBS today doing a tribute to my father #willienelson for his Gershwin Award at 9/8pm central time today. Don’t miss it

Neil Young & Promise of the Real continue tour in 2016

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015

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Neil Young & Promise Of The Real finds the legendary rocker joined by a backing band featuring Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real. The group embarked on two legs of the Rebel Content Tour in 2015 and it appears they will hit the road once again next year.

German fan site Rusted Moon found ticketing links showing Neil Young & Promise Of The Real will play two shows in Germany next summer as part of the band’s debut European Tour. The first of the two performances will take place at Völkerschlachtdenkmal in Leipzig on July 20, while the second is set for Berlin’s Waldbühne on July 21. As for now, the two German performances are the only confirmed 2016 shows for Neil Young & Promise Of The Real but look for additional announcements soon.

Young seemed revitalized by his time on the road with Lukas and the members of Promise Of The Real. Neil dug deep into his back catalog and seemingly busted out a gem for the first time in years at nearly every show of the tour. “Alabama,” “Vampire Blues,” “L.A.” and “Walk On” were just a few of the songs that returned to the fold in 2015 after decades on the shelf. Beyond that, Promise Of The Real brought a fiery spirit that helped reinvigorate Neil in concert and the pairing led to a bevy of extended “Cortez The Killers,” “Down By The Rivers” and “Cowgirl In The Sands” that blew past the 15-minute mark. Here’s hoping 2016 will bring more of the same with multiple legs of the Rebel Content Tour once again.

Neil Young, Lukas Nelson and Micah Nelson perform at Library of Congress Gershwin Prize Concert for Willie Nelson

Saturday, November 21st, 2015

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All these photos are by Janis Tillerson.

Neil Young, Lukas Nelson, Micah Nelson and Promise of the Real (Tato Melgar, Anthony Logerfo and Corey McCormick), performed at the tribute concert for Willie Nelson. They opened the show, appropriately with ‘Whiskey River’ and ‘Stay All Night.

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Congratulations, Willie Nelson for being honored with Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Song

Saturday, November 21st, 2015

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Janis Tillerson, took all these great pictures for us to enjoy.

Something great happened in Washington DC this week.  History was made, and it had nothing to do with any bills pending or anything else the lawmakers did this week, if anything.   This week Willie Nelson was honored with the the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.  He is only the seventh artist to receive the prestigious award, and the first and only country music artist to receive it.  The presentation came in the middle of a musical tribute to Willie Nelson, by over a dozen artists.    The concert and award presentation were filmed, and will air on PBS on January 15th.

The Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, named after songwriting team George and Ira Gershwin, celebrates a living performer and/or composer’s “lifetime achievement in promoting song to enhance cultural understanding; entertaining and informing audiences; and inspiring new generations,” according to the Library of Congress website.

It was magical night, watching the  amazing group of artists gathered to honor Willie Nelson and show their respect and love to him.  Each sang a song written or recorded by Willie Nelson.

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The event was held in the Daughters of Revolution Constitution Hall.  Built in 1928, it is the only structure ever erected in tribute to the Constitution.  It’s the largest concert hall in DC, too.

Willie and Annie were seated in the hall to watch the concert, from a private box, close to the stage.  They came out about 10 minutes before the show started, and as soon as they sat down the audience on the floor under them surged over to take pictures with their cell phones.  It was such a familiar site, fans drawn close to Willie when he shows up.  But it was fun to see the movers and shakers  and law makers of Washington DC wanting to be close to Willie. I get it. Boots and cowboy hats, or three-piece suits and women in pearls — it doesn’t matter. Everyone loves Willie Nelson. There was a stream of fans who came over and lined up by Willie in his private box, and he kindly signed programs, agreed to selfies and hugs. That would have gone on forever, if they hadn’t made an announcement and asked people to take their seats the show was about to begin.

It was so moving to see all these amazing, talented, artists come out and bow to Willie, throw kisses and tip their hats, if they have a hat.  There was so much respect. Don Was was the musical director, and played stand up bass for the event.  He had a familiar group of Nashville artists on stage with him, and Mickey Raphael, Willie’s harmonica player stood in, too.  Mark Rothbaum, Willie’s Management, was one of the producers of the event.   I don’t know which musical genius selected the songs that the artists performed, but it was great.  They dug deeper and dug way back into his massive catalog and picked songs not as often covered by other artists.

Slide shows were played between some of the songs.  Starting in Abbott, Texas, the slide show takes us through Willie’s musical legacy, family and good causes.  Willie wife Annie talks about they met on the filming of a movie.  Friends Kris Kristofferson and Owen Wilson were in the film, telling stories about Willie Nelson and of their love and appreciation for their friendships.  Owen’s brother Luke, and a few other famous faces I recognized were in the audience, along with other celebrities and law makers.

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Neil Young, Lukas Nelson, Micah Nelson and Promise of the Real kicked off the festivities with a rambling spriited version of “Whiskey River”, just like Willie Nelson  kicks off his dance parties.  Then they sang a favorite, “Stay All Night”, a nod to Bob Wills and his music, who Willie names as one of his musical influences.

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Master of Ceremonies Don Johnson was introduced next.  “Only Willie Nelson an bring together Republicans and Democrats.”

Like most of the artists, the actor, singer,  told stories about Willie Nelson, their friendship and their projects together.

Leon Bridges performed next, with a beautiful, soulful rendition of ‘Funny, How Time Slips Away”.

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Mickey got long extended applause and cheers for his beautiful solo in the song.

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The third performer to honor Willie was Raul Malo, of the Mavericks.   What a beautiful voice!  He sang ‘Crazy’,  with the person who wrote ‘Crazy’, sitting right above him watching.  How crazy is that.

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Paul Simon and Edie Brickell sang a beautiful selection from Willie Nelson’s ‘Red Headed Stranger’ album, “Remember Me”.  Paul was last year’s recipient of the award.

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Rosanne Cash threw kisses at Willie Nelson and called him, “Maestro”.   Then she sang, “Pancho and Lefty” the big hit from Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard.

After Rosanne sang, they  read a letter from President Carter, talking about their friendship.

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“Although we regret we couldn’t be with you today, Rosalynn joins me in congratulating you on receiving the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize, a prestigious and well-deserved award.  Your music has enriched the lives of people far and wide for decades, and it is only fitting that your life’s work be honored in this way.

Your friendship has been important to us for over 30 years, and we were proud to host you at the White House and in Plains. We also loved having you in Oslo for the Nobel Peace Price concert in 2002. Your music has become the soundtrack of our lives, and we are pleased to see your tremendous talent recognized today.

Please know you have our warm best wishes on this special occasion, and we hope to see you soon!

Sincerely,

Jimmy Carter

Appropriately after President Carter’s letter was read, Jamey Johnson performed, “Georgia.”

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Jamey looked handsome in his tuxedo and braided beard.

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All the performers paid their respects to Willie Nelson when they came on stage. It was really moving.

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Mickey Raphael’s solo on “Georgia” was so beautiful, drew a long extended applause.

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Up Next, Harry Weinstein,  multi-platinum-selling, entertainer, shared a Gershwin Moment, and broke into a few acapela verses of “Someone to Watch Over Me”.  Willie recorded the song on the Stardust album in 1978 and it sold millions, and stayed on the charts for several years.   Weinstein, dubbed “The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook, spoke of the  Stardust album, and how Willie Nelson helped bring back popularity of America’s songbook.  Weinstein serves on the Library of Congress‘ National Recording Preservation Board, an organization dedicated to ensuring the survival, conservation and safeguarding  of America’s musical heritage

Recognizing that Willie Nelson has done many other great and important things as well as his musical gift to the world, they played a video of Willie Nelson’s involvement with Farm Aid, with footage from the concerts.

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The amazingly beautiful Alison Krauss performed, “Angel Flying Too Close to the Sun,” that gave everyone goosebumps.

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Then, Jamey Johnson joined Allison on, “Seven Spanish Angels”, the song that Willie Nelson recorded with Ray Charles and made so famous.

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Next, Mexican singer and songwriter Ana Gabriel,  from Santiago de Comanito, Sinaloa, Mexico, was introduced.  She sang one of the most beautiful songs of the night, “I Never Cared For You,” by Willie Nelson, in Spanish.  I don’t know what musical genius had that idea, but it was great.  So beautiful.

Next, a video played about Willie Nelson and his contribution to the long running televisions show from Texas, “Austin City Limits.”  They showed footage of actor Matthew McConnaughy introducing Willie, when he was inducted into the innaugeral Austin City Limits Hall of Fame, with another concert in tribute to Willie Nelson, when EmmyLou Harris, and Lyle Lovett performed.

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The 11th performance of the night was by Buckwheat Zydeco, joined by Paul Simon.  They sang a rousing version of “Man With the Blues”, which  Willie Nelson wrote, and first recorded as a single in 1959  (B-side:  ‘The Storm Has Just Begin.’) He later re-recorded it in 1976.  Buckwheat’s accordians were so perfect on this song, just another demonstration of how universal Willie Nelson’s music is, and how genre-less it really is.

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After another tribute video to Willie Nelson, the award presenters were announced and took the stage.  Official Librarian of Congress, David Mao and several lawmakers  presented the award to Willie Nelson.

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After Willie Nelson accepted the award, he did what he has been doing for over sixty years, he entertained his fans. He first sang the timely song, “Living in the Promise Land.”  At a time when countries all over the world are closing borders and turning away refugees, Willie sang so clearly that there is still a lot of love and room for everyone, living in the Promiseland.  Willie doesn’t only talk about his beliefs, he sings about them and lives them. .

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Then Willie Nelson introduced Cyndi Lauper and told the audience that the two of them recorded a song for a Gershwin Tribute album, ‘Summertime’, that will be released early next year.  They sang a playful version the famous George and Ira Gershwin brothers’ song, “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off.”  After the song, they got a call from the engineer in the sound booth outside who reported a problem and asked that it be sung again.  Everyone loved watching them perform the song again. 11-18-2015 Library Of Congress Gershwin Honors Willie Nelson-188 .

All the artists gathered with Willie at the end of the show for, “On the Road Again.”    It was a little strange, no one in the audience stood up to dance, but maybe they don’t stand up and dance at concerts in DC, I don’t know.  It was hard for me to sit still, but I behaved myself. 11-18-2015 Library Of Congress Gershwin Honors Willie Nelson-161

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At the end of the show, Willie spread his arms and said, “I’m sorry, but there was some trouble with the sound, and we’re going to have to do the show again.”  Everyone cheered, we would have all sat there gladly for a do-over.

Willie Nelson Gershwin Prize Concert Finale

Thursday, November 19th, 2015

 

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All the performers came out on stage to sing ‘On the Road Again’ with Willie Nelson, Lukas Nelson, Micah Nelson and Mickey Raphael.  So much love and appreciation on stage .

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 Thanks to Janis Tillerson for her great photos from last night’s show.

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Thanks to Jeremy Tepper for this panoramic photo from the event.

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Micah Nelson, Lukas Nelson, Neil Young (Farm Aid 30)

Sunday, November 15th, 2015

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Thanks again to Mary Francis Andrews for sharing her great photos from Farm Aid 30, in Chicago.

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Willie and Neil

Monday, November 9th, 2015

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INDIANAPOLIS - APRIL 07: FARM AID Photo of Willie NELSON and Neil YOUNG, Neil Young and Willie Nelson performing on stage at Farm Aid held at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, USA on 7th April 1990. (Photo by Ebet Roberts/Redferns)

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Neil Young and Promise of the Real

Friday, October 9th, 2015

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www.uncut.co.uk
by:  Michael Bonner

Neil Young has been digging deep into his back catalogue on the second leg of his Rebel Content tour.

At his show last night [October 8] at Matthew Knight Arena, Eugene, Oregon, he played the On The Beach song “Vampire Blues” for the first time since March 1974 and only for the second time ever.

At his show on October 4 at WaMu Theater, Seattle, Washington, he performed “Here We Are in The Years” from his first solo album.

It is the first time he’s played the song since November 1976 and only the 15th time he’s played it in total.

You can watch a clip of the footage below. The song begins at 1:24.

Young began this second leg of his tour with Promise Of The Real on October 1 at Adams Center, University of Montana, Missoula, where he performed “Alabama” for the second time since 1973’s Time Fades Away tour, and “Western Hero” for only the third time ever.

Neil Young and Promise Of The Real’s setlist, October 8, 2015:

After The Gold Rush
My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)
Helpless
Old Man
Mother Earth (Natural Anthem)
Out On The Weekend
Human Highway
Unknown Legend
Wolf Moon
Words
Alabama
Walk On
September Song
A Rock Star Bucks A Coffee Shop
People Want To Hear About Love
Big Box
Monsanto Years
Down By The River
Workin’ Man
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Are You Ready For The Country?
Roll Another Number
Powderfinger
Love And Only Love
Vampire Blues

The History Of Rock – a brand new monthly magazine from the makers of Uncut – a brand new monthly magazine from the makers of Uncut – is now on sale in the UK. Click here for more details.

Meanwhile, the November 2015 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring Rod Stewart, Joanna Newsom, Julian Cope, Otis Redding, John Grant, The Doors, Harmonia, Linda Ronstadt, Dave Gahan, John Cooper Clarke and more.
Read more at http://www.uncut.co.uk/news/neil-young-plays-vampire-blues-for-the-first-time-in-41-years-71177#gwBebrfWud84bG5P.99

Neil Young, “PLEASE Go to New York City to let your voice be heard on October 8th” (Vermont GE Food Labeling law case)

Monday, October 5th, 2015

Official 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’.   Order Now http://smarturl.it/NYMONSANTO

Mothers Want To Know What They Feed Their Children!

Historic Showdown on Food Safety versus multi national corporate interests
THIS THURSDAY October 8, 2015 in New York!

“When the people of Vermont voted to label food with GMOs
So that they could find out what was in what the farmer grows,
Monsanto and Starbucks, through the Grocery Manufacturer’s Alliance,
Sued the State of Vermont to overturn the People’s will.

Monsanto and Starbucks,
MOTHERS WANT TO KNOW WHAT THEY FEED THEIR CHILDREN!”

– A Rockstar Bucks a Coffee Shop, Neil Young

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit set the argument date for the appeal in Grocery Manufacturers Association vs. Sorrell, the Vermont GE Food Labeling law case, for October 8, in New York.

This is the case that will set precedents and determine whether GE foods are able to be labeled in the U.S. In accordance with the will of the public as they are in 64 other countries. This Case has 1st Amendment/consumer transparency ramifications beyond GE foods as well.

Eight states, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Washington all filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circut in NYC in support of Vermonts GMO Labeling Law.

PLEASE Go to New York City if you are able to let your voice be heard.

I am playing in the beautiful state of Oregon on that day and would be there in NYC if I could but ?#?IStandWithVermont? as so many do!
Stand Up and Save the Earth.
Be Counted
Let your voice be heard!

Thanks!

Neil

 

Neil Young and Promise of the Real in Seattle

Sunday, October 4th, 2015

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“But beyond the sermonizing, it’s clear that Young has terrific chemistry with Promise of the Real, which is fronted by Willie Nelson’s sons Lukas and Micah Nelson. The collaboration seems to have sparked something in Young – maybe it’s their youth, maybe it’s their uncanny grasp of his back catalog – and he seemed particularly spirited onstage.”

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by: Nathan Weinbender

Read his entire review here:
http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2015/oct/03/concert-review-neil-young-praises-spokane-leaders-/

Neil Young, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real on Tour

Friday, October 2nd, 2015

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Neil Young and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real are continuing their Rebel Content tour.

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DATE CITY VENUE TICKETS
10/02/15 SPOKANE, WA SPOKANE ARENA TICKETS
10/04/15 SEATTLE, WA WAMU THEATER
10/05/15 VANCOUVER, BC QUEEN ELIZABETH THEATRE
10/07/15 PORTLAND, OR EARLE CHILES CENTER
10/08/15 EUGENE, OR MATTHEW KNIGHT ARENA
10/10/15 SANTA BARBARA, CA SANTA BARBARA BOWL
10/11/15 LAS VEGAS, NV THE COSMOPOLITAN OF LAS VEGAS
10/13/15 LA JOLLA, CA RIMAC ARENA
10/14/15 INGLEWOOD, CA THE FORUM TICKETS
10/17/15 BERKELEY, CA GREEK THEATRE AT UC BERKELEY TICKETS
10/24/1510/25/15 MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA BRIDGE SCHOOL BENEFIT – SHORELINE AMPHITHEATRE TICKETS

 

 

If you haven’t yet, check out their album, “The Monsanto Years”

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Farm Aid Heroes: Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews

Monday, September 21st, 2015

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These four are true heroes.  They have done so much to help so many, directly and indirectly, through their commitment to Farm Aid.  The money raised from the concerts they help organize has raised millions and millions (over $20 Million) that has been used to help family farmers, and create the Farm Aid organization that has grown out from that first fund raising event.    Year after year, for thirty years now, every fall,  these four dedicated artists have dropped everything, interrupted lucrative tours, left families at home, and flown themselves and their band members in to perform at the annual concert.   And they invite their friends and other musicians to do the same thing, for frees.

Millions of dollars have been raised to support family farmers, through Farm Aid.  Net works, crisis help lines, crisis assistance, resources, financial support are just a few of the ways Farm Aid has helped the family farmer stay on the land.  As well as keeping farmers on the land, networks created help support new farmers obtain land and education about farm.  Their work affects all of us — we all benefit from healthy food grown by farmers who really are the caretakers of the land, and not hourly paid worker for a large corporation.  So many farms are transitioning now, and farmers age and retire.  When there is no family member to continue farming, the productive farmland is sold to a corporations, who goal is not to be a steward of the land, but to make millions from it, with their chemicals and genetically modified seeds.

Thank you Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews

Learn more about Farm Aid, and how you can support them here:
www.FarmAid.org.

Photos from Farm Aid by Paul Natkin and Ebet Roberts for sale, to benefit Farm Aid

Thursday, August 27th, 2015

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www.ifonly.com

Limited edition prints of iconic Farm Aid concerts, autographed by Farm Aid Board members autographed by Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, and More.  Photos taken by two accomplished photographers who have been documenting Farm Aid since it’s beginning:  Paul Natkin and Ebet Roberts.

To commemorate the 30th annual Farm Aid Concert in Chicago on September 19, IfOnly is offering moments of the legendary festival from two of music’s most celebrated photographers: Ebet Roberts and Paul Natkin. They have been capturing the Farm Aid stage since the very beginning. Farm Aid is releasing these rare photos printed on archival, acid-free paper, and signed by the artists in the photos and the photographers themselves. Not only a remarkable piece of rock memorabilia, these offerings also help support American family farms and the Good Food Movement.farmaid4

To see all the great photos, and purchase your favorite:
http://www.ifonly.com/music/product/5433/limited-edition-prints-of-iconic-festival-moments-autographed-by-willie-nelson-neil-young-john-melle