The nine-date tour kicked off on June 29 in Odense, Denmark, eight days after the death of Young’s manager Elliott Roberts, over 50 years old. “[Daryl Hannah] And we were on the bus, on a plane going to New York to Europe, when we got the call, “Young wrote on the Neil Young Archives. “After our beloved Elliot returned for the funeral, we boarded the plane and left for the tour.”
“During the tour, we had a poster of Elliott in a street case, where he always stood during the out show,” he continued. “Whoever was with us felt that this tour was amazing for his great life. The Real and I gave for Elliot. ”
After Denmark, the tour took Young and Promise of the Real to festivals and arena dates in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, with two co-headlining dates with Bob Dillon in London and Kilkenny, Ireland. Shows often extend the two-hour mark and mixed hits such as “Heart of Gold” and “Old Man” with “Over and Over”, “Crap’s Piece” and “Field of Opportunity”. It wrapped with “Will the Circle the Unbroken” on Dylan and Young Deutting.
Tracklisting is unknown at the moment, although Young recently set out on “Free World with Rockin ‘.”[Noise and Flowers] A truly great collection, dripping with the soul of our band as we play for our fallen leader, ”Young wrote.
Noise and flowers Includes a long line of archival projects in Young’s pipeline. Return to grendel, Way down in rust bucket, Carnegie Hall 1970, Road of Plenty, is the long-awaited second volume and 50th anniversary edition of their Archive Series box set After the gold rush.