Harvest: A Tribute to Neil Young

Kevin Cunningham Uploaded by Brothers
Get Tickets $15 GA / Premium reserved seating w/table available
Celebrating the timeless songwriting, electric jams and acoustic artistry of classic-era Neil Young. Harvest performs 2 long sets of classic Neil Young, from the dynamic vocal harmony and harmonica-driven acoustic stunners to the sizzling extended electric jams & stompers.. covering Neil's career from Buffalo Springfield, CSNY & solo to the modern Harvest Moon, with a particular focus on the early-to-mid '70's Neil solo and Crazy Horse era.

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  • Brothers Lounge

    11609 Detroit Ave., Cleveland West Side/Ohio City/Tremont/Detroit Shoreway

    216-226-2767

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