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May.26.2020

  • Our dear and deeply missed Levon, the greatest singing drummer in the history of rock'n'roll, should've been 80 today.

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Levon Helm, May 26, 1940 -- Apr 19, 2012
Eight years gone
The music will live forever

Apr.15.2020

  • Neil Young's "lost album" from the mid-70s, Homegrown, is scheduled to finally be made available on June 20, 2020, according to Wikipedia and several other sources. The album will include "White Line," a previously unreleased track recorded in England in September 1974 as an acoustic duet with The Band's Robbie Robertson. The recording was done a few days before Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young's Wembley show, where The Band was one of the opening acts. Levon Helm also appears on Homegrown, playing drums on "The Old Homestead". This track was recorded in December 1974 at Quadraphonic Sound Studios in Nashville, and later released on 1980's Hawks and Doves.

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