Earlier this month, Neil Young vowed to remove his music from streaming services, and now, it appears he has followed through with his promise.
Thirty years ago, in Illinois, John Mellencamp, Willie Nelson and Neil Young organized a benefit show to help raise money for American farmers called Farm Aid.
Monsanto has issued a response to Young's 'Seeding Fear' documentary, which explores one Alabama farmer's legal battle with the agriculture conglomerate.
Following the release of his latest album, 'The Monsanto Years,' Neil Young continues his fight against Monsanto.
Call him a curmudgeon if you'd like, but Neil Young certainly isn't sitting back on the veranda in his golden years.
The anti-consumerism activist will open for the legendary rocker during his show at Jones Beach Theater in New York.
In an ongoing argument over his use of "Rockin' in the Free World," Donald Trump has shot back at Neil Young and accused him of being a “hypocrite.”
The album takes on mega-corporations and the ecological injustices Young says they've committed, calling out Walmart, Chevron, Starbucks, and, of course, Monsanto.
The Canadian rocker says he 'doesn't like the current political system' and is upset Donald Trump used one of his songs during his presidential campaign announcement.
The legendary rocker wasn't happy when Donald Trump used his anthem to announce his presidential campaign.