Neil Young Starts UK Tour At Edinburgh Playhouse

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Neil Young has played his first UK date since the 2003 Greendale tour at the Edinburgh Playhouse last night (March 3).

Young, who recently released ‘Chrome Dreams II’ started his European tour on February 11 in Belgium and has now finally brought his two set show to the UK.

The veteran singer is to play two sets, one acoustic and one electric throughout this 2008 tour.

To see Uncut contributor Damien Love’s first night review of Young’s amazing show, click here.

Neil Young’s UK dates, with his wife Pegi as the supporting artist continues from tomorrow – with a six-night residency in London. The dates are:

London, Hammersmith Apollo (5/6/8/9/10/14/15)
Manchester Apollo (11/12)

Pic credit: PA Photos


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