Neil Young and Crazy Horse
His next trip to Tulsa (may it not be the last)
Sunday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m.
It isn’t often that rockers of the caliber of Neil Young stop in Tulsa. Part rock-icon, part musical crusader, we love Young for his stint with Buffalo Springfield, for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and for his amazing solo career that gave us Heart of Gold, Old Man and Harvest Moon among others. But it was with the band Crazy Horse that Young produced licks-laden anthems like Cinnamon Girl and Down by the River from Everybody Knows This is Nowhere plus hits from Zuma and Tonight’s the Night. The chemistry is at work again with their new album Americana, as close to their classic sound as we’ve heard in decades. If the set list for Sunday’s show is anything like his January 1989 show at the Brady Theater (which included most of the songs mentioned already plus For the Turnstiles, Comes a Time and Sugar Mountain!) we should all consider ourselves very blessed indeed. Show will be at the Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center, Tulsa. Tickets are $46.50-$123, available on line at www.bokcenter.com.