Rust For Glory (Neil Young tribute)
with: The Haunted Souls
Saturday 27 May 2023
8:00 pm - 11:30 pm
£15 in advance, £18 on the door
Rust For Glory are Europe’s rustiest Neil Young tribute band, playing to great acclaim for over a decade. 2022 marked 50 years since the release of Neil Young’s classic ‘Harvest’ album. An album beloved of fans and critics alike, Harvest contains some of Young’s best work, some of his greatest hits, and is still his most commercially successful long player.
Selling over 8 million copies worldwide & featuring the US number one hit ‘Heart of Gold’, its masterful mix of country, rock and orchestral arrangements has made it one of Neil’s most enduring releases.
In recent years, Neil Young himself reports he was offered “millions of dollars” to tour Harvest but turned this down. In 2022/23, Rust For Glory are excited to bring you Harvest, performed live in its entirety.
In this stunning 2 part show, audiences will hear each classic track played 100% live, so authentically you’ll swear you were back in the barn.
Old Man, Heart of Gold, Alabama, The Needle & the Damage Done, and A Man needs a Maid to name but a few.
Then, the second half of the show will see the band move from the middle of the road, and head straight for the ditch as the band perform classics from the critically acclaimed ‘Ditch trilogy’ of mid 70s albums, as well as classic later material.
Expect to hear songs such as Tonight’s the Night, Don’t be Denied, and Revolution Blues; Crazy Horse classics from Rust Never Sleeps, such as Powderfinger, and Ragged Glory cuts including Love & Only Love & Days That Used To Be.
And more than a smattering of big songs from albums like After The Gold Rush and Everybody knows this is Nowhere.
The Harvest shows are an absolute must for any Neil Young fan wanting to experience these classics performed live in an intimate environment.
Band Members are – Sarah Warren (Vocals), Zoe Devenish (Vocals & Fiddle ) Nick Lyndon (Guitar/Mandolin), Chris ‘Babyface’ Clark (Guitar) and Colin Edmonds AKA ‘Duke Delight’ on Percussion.