Neil Young has expanded his spring solo schedule with a pair of acoustic dates in Dallas, Texas.
According to an updates posted March 11 at his official Facebook page, the legendary Canuck singer-songwriter will perform two new shows on April 17 and April 18 at Dallas' Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center.
Tickets go on sale on Fri., March 14 with presales beginning Wed., March 12.
See NeilYoung.com for more details.
The "Heart of Gold " hitmaker has been veering between booking spring solo shows and summer dates with his “on again-off again” backing band, Crazy Horse, who will perform a string of make up dates in Europe, following the cancellation of their 2013 Euro Alchemy Tour leg due to a hand injury suffered by guitarist Frank "Poncho" Sampedro
Between shows, the spry 68-year-old Grammy winner has begun work on a second memoir related to his lifetime love of cars, scheduled for release this fall and will launch his new PONO audio system, a music download-service, player, and audio format designed for audiophiles today at the SXSW Conference in Austin, TX.
Young began the busy 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 Fund.
Did you know? Neil Young recently sold out a four-night solo stand at Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre, slated for March 29 - April 2.