Neil Young recently revealed through his website that he's ready to enter the recording studio with his raucous band for the first time since 2012's Psychedelic Pill.
"Crazy Horse is about to enter the studio with 11 new ones. It's going to be recorded starting this week. ... The band is excited to make this new album and continue our story. We sincerely hope [fans] enjoy our new music when it is released this year, because we know we will enjoy making it.”
Young did reunite Crazy Horse for a bunch of shows last year which included Nils Lofgren (of E-Street Band fame) on guitar replacing long-time player Frank "Poncho" Sampedro. Lofgren is no stranger to the band. His recording history with them goes back to its self-titled debut album (without Neil), played with Young and Crazy Horse on records like 1970's After The Goldrush and Tonight's The Night in '75.
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