Neil Young’s twisted road leads to the Pacific Northwest

Even at he ripe old age of 64, the ever perplexing Neil Young still can’t get enough of his twisted road. Several sources, including – which is devoted to Neil Young tours – have reported the addition of at least three dates to the aging rocker’s itinerary.

The extra dates will take the week-old tour, which started with just four stops, to the Pacific Northwest for shows in Portland, Seattle, and Calgary come mid-July. Tickets for the new dates have not been posted on, but venues in Portland and Seattle have the event listed on their websites. Brenda Costa, who is the assistant manager at Calgary’s Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, cannot confirm the show on July 24th, and inquiries to Young’s publicity have not been addressed.

Those with enough dough to get into the intimate shows, which feature just Young on acoustic and electric guitar, piano, and pump organ, will be treated to a mix of old and new tunes. A 17-song setlist for last night’s show at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium was devoid of any classic cuts from his 1972 masterpiece, Harvest, but did mix dusty songs like “Helpless” with “Leia”, “Peaceful Valley”, and other brand new cuts.

We can only hope that he keeps adding dates to the tour, but for now you can check out one of his brand new songs, “Love and War”, and try to get tickets on

Image via Glide Magazine.

“Love and War” at Washington D.C.’s Constitution Hall (May 24, 2010)

2010 Neil Young Tour Dates:
06/02 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
06/04 – Houston, TX @ Jones Hall
06/05 – Austin, TX @ Bass Concert Hall
06/07 – Dallas, TX @ Meyerson Symphony Center
07/19 – Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
07/20 – Seattle, WA @Paramount Theatre
07/24 – Calgary, AB @ Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium


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