Harvey Kubernik talks about Neil Young on WFDU Radio!
Harvey Kubernik, author of Neil Young: Heart of Gold, visited The Vintage Rock & Pop Shop on WFDU 89.1FM in New Jersey recently to about Young’s remarkable 50-year career in music.
From his debut with local bands in his native Canada to the release of his 36th studio album, The Monsanto Years, this summer, a collaboration with Promise of the Real, Neil Young’s career spans more than 50 years of rock music history. Through his time with the seminal West Coast band Buffalo Springfield, collaborations with Crosby, Stills & Nash, his solo years starting in the late 1960s, and subsequent tours and albums as a singer-songwriter, Young’s work has uniquely reflected the shifting musical styles of five decades, including rock, punk, electro-pop, and the retro vision of Americana.
Veteran music writer and pop culture historian Harvey Kubernik, explores every aspect of Young’s remarkable life and career in Neil Young: Heart of Gold. Kubernik’s exclusive interviews with fellow musicians, record producers, engineers, music journalists, film directors, and loyal fans combine with a wealth of photographs, many previously unpublished, to create a unique tribute to a true rock legend.