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.