Neil Young

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Neil Young Journeys

Mercurial grunge grandfather Young—after dabbling in soul, noise, psych, comic books over the last decade—is currently in an audiophile phase, fusing the very old and very new in his unique way. His latet record, A Letter Home, was cut with Jack White in Nashville, purportedly on a 1947 Voice-o-Graph machine in Third Man's studio. Meanwhile, he's pushing his high-end digital music player, the Pono, which promises better-than-CD sound on a triangular stick. He could come out on the Chicago Theatre stage with a banjo or with a keyboard. Nobody is quite like the Canuck.

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