Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Neil Young & Crazy Horse to play Sandy benefit show at Borgata in Atlantic City

Neil Young & Crazy Horse will play a benefit for victims of Hurricane Sandy at the Borgata in Atlantic City on Dec. 6.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse to play Sandy benefit show at Borgata in Atlantic City

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse will play a benefit for victims of Hurricane Sandy at the Borgata in Atlantic City on Dec. 6. The Godfather of Grunge, who's headlining the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia on Thursday night in support of his new double album with Crazy Horse Psychedelic Pill, apparently wants to do his own show to aid those devastated by the October superstorm, rather than join the ever expanding bill on the 12-12-12 Madison Square Garden lineup headed up by Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney and Kanye West.

Tickets are $75 and $150 and go on sale on sale Friday, November 30 at 10 a.m. at www.TheBorgata.com or by-phone at 866-900-4849. All seating is general admissing. will be priced at $75 and $150. All seating is general admission.
Proceeds go to the American Red Cross Hurricane Sandy relief effort. More info go to: redcross.org/hurricane-sandy.

Psychedelic Pill's 27 minute "Driftin' Back is below.

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