At 66, an age where most musicians of note are happy to fade away, Neil Young has instead produced a noisy, defiant flood of iPhone apps, environmentalist flicks, national-anthem resurrections, and face-shattering guitar jams as fierce as their predecessors and twice as wild as what’s left of his hair. Tonight at the 92nd Steet Y, he joins collaborator Jonathan Demme for a screening of their doc Neil Young Journeys, which captures his already historic May 2011 solo gig at Toronto’s Massey Hall.
Fri., June 8, 8 p.m., 2012
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