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.
There's so much testosterone in this week's installment of Mandatory Music, you could subtitle it: "the Boys are Back in Town."
Neil Young has been a man in constant motion since the early days of Buffalo Springfield nearly 50 years ago.
The cover of Neil Young's forthcoming record, The Monsanto Years, is as scathing and straightforward as the record's title.
Sample lyrics include, "Yeah, I want a cup of coffee, but I don’t want a GMO / I like to start my day off without helping Monsanto."
Neil Young has announced he will release a new album, The Monsanto Years, on June 16.
For a mere $8,500, you can have a guitar signed by Jack White, Willie Nelson, Neil Young and more from last year's Farm Aid benefit.