Neil Young has expanded his acoustic solo run in Los Angeles to three shows.
According to an update posted Feb. 24 at Young's official Facebook page, the legendary Canuck singer-songwriter has announced a third performance by popular demand, scheduled for April 1 at L.A.'s Dolby Theatre in addition to the previously scheduled shows on March 29 and March 30.
The "Heart of Gold" hitmaker, who continues to veer unpredictably between solo and Crazy Horse gigs, began the year with a critically hailed four-night acoustic stand at New York's legendary Carnegie Hall, followed by four controversial solo benefit shows across Canada, raising money for Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Legal Defence (AFCN) Fund.
The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee has also gradually been adding new Crazy Horse 2014 summer dates to several previously announced make up dates in Germany, England, Ireland and Belgium, which had been axed by Young and company last summer when their 2013 Euro Alchemy Tour leg was cut short due to a hand injury suffered by guitarist Frank "Poncho" Sampedro.
See Neil Young.com for more details.
In the wake of his successful 2012 memoir "Waging Heavy Peace," Young has also begun work on a second memoir related to his lifetime love of cars, which will be published by Penguin subsidiary Blue Rider Press this fall.
Did you know? Neil Young's latest release is "Live at the Cellar Door," an new archive offering recorded live at a six-night stand in late 1970 at a Washington, D.C. club.