Neil Young has launched a new website GoEarth.org which offers information on earth ecology, banning GMOs, the future of farming, climate change and more with the intention of motivating people toward global conservation.
“GoEarth.org is a powerful resource for finding services and organizations dedicated to helping you live a healthy, vital and informed life, while participating in Earth’s flourishing sustainability movement,” a statement for the site reads. “[The site] is a reliable portal for information on common sense, innovative and creative solutions to many of the crisis we face. GoEarth.org connects us with some of the most effective organizations, working to conserve the natural world and protect our freedoms.”
Meanwhile, Young continues to dig deep into his archive on the current leg of his Rebel Content tour with Promise Of The Real.
At his show at The Forum, Inglewood, California on October 14, he played Time Fades Away track “L.A.” for the first time since January 1973; and only the song’s 23rd live performance.
The set also included live rarities “Vampire Blues” and “Burned” and a tour debut for “Mansion On The Hill“.
The set list at The Forum, October 14:
1. After The Gold Rush
2. My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)
4. Old Man
5. Mother Earth (Natural Anthem)
6. Hold Back The Tears
7. Out On The Weekend
8. From Hank To Hendrix
9. Human Highway
10. Wolf Moon
14. September Song
15. A Rock Star Bucks A Coffee Shop
16. People Want To Hear About Love
17. Big Box
18. Monsanto Years
19. Cowgirl In The Sand
20. Workin’ Man
21. I Won’t Quit
22. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
23. Mansion On The Hill
24. Love And Only Love
25. Vampire Blues
You can find more information about Young’s current tour rarities by clicking here.
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