Catch folk legend Neil Young in Ottawa this November
- Ottawa Travel Guide
- Thursday, 08 November 2012 17:09
From his days with Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young to his spectacular solo career, folk legend Neil Young has been writing songs that to this day are nearly perfect. Guests staying at any charming Ottawa accommodations on November 24 should get their tickets for the Neil Young and Crazy Horse concert at Scotiabank Place now, because the show could very well sell out.
As if Young needs any sort of introduction, this folk star started his career with Buffalo Springfield before making it on his own and becoming one of the most influential singer-songwriters of all time. Critics compare his comprehensive work to Bob Dylan's equally impressive repertoire, and with timeless classics like "Helpless," "Southern Man" and "The Needle And The Damage Done," Young has solidified his status as one of rock's greatest gems.
Today, with his band Crazy Horse, this Toronto native is making his way across North America for a tour that will have all of his most devoted fans screaming for encore after encore. Thousands of people will travel to Ontario for his show in the Canadian capital, and luckily for those who are already in town at an Ottawa hotel, their lodgings won't be far from the concert venue.