Neil Young, the rock singer who said he was prepared to brave “treacherous” venture capital markets to popularize his high-fidelity format for downloading music, raised $500,000 from an investment group last month.
Singer-songwriter Neil Young announced a Kickstarter-funded music service, PonoMusic, and player to deliver high-quality digital sounds.
During a press conference at the Toronto International Film Festival, U2 singer Bono was asked how close the band came to breaking up while recording the album “Achtung Baby” in the early 1990s.
Musician Neil Young said he worked with Steve Jobs on a high-fidelity music service before Apple Inc. shelved the project.
TransCanada Corp.’s proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline is a “terrible idea” that won’t benefit anyone, Canadian musician Neil Young said.
Neil Young’s 35th studio album might have been a train wreck.
"We want to move digital music into the 21st century."
- Neil Young on Mar 10, 2014