Neil Young Postpones Tour With Reformed Crazy Horse This Year


Neil Young has had to cancel his plans to tour with Crazy Horse this year as he needs to finish work on a series of film projects.

This is to include15 films and one of them is a documentary of the recording process behind Colorado, which is the title of the new album due to be released by the band later this year.


This is Crazy Horse’s first since 2012’s Psychedelic Pill. According to, a post on Neil Young’s Archives website was appropriately named “Archives Film Projects Take Precedent.”

Young wrote on his website: “We will be in the editing suites for the duration of 2019…Thanks for coming to our shows! We plan to be back in 2020!”

The other 14 projects are a collection of documentary material dating back through most of Young’s career.

The first entry is a documentary of the making of 1971’s Harvest called Stray Gators Harvest Sessions and a film of a live solo acoustic show from the same year.

The list continues and includes five concert films with Crazy Horse, dating back to 1976 and is a recording of a concert in Tokyo,as well as the latest Psychedelic Pill tour date in 2012.

An unusual inclusion is an animated film featuring music from Young’s 1982 experimental electronica album Trans, which was created by Promise of the Real member and son of Willie Nelson, Micah Nelson.

The films will be available to watch on Young’s Archives website. Check out the full list of promised films as soon as.

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