Neil Young At 70 – His Life In Pictures
Young first made his name alongside Stephen Stills as a member of Buffalo Springfield, here playing the Whiskey A Go Go in LA in October 1966.
By 1968 Buffalo Springfield had split and Young signed a solo deal with Reprise Records, moving out of LA to spend his solo advance on a house in Topanga Conyon.
He was also renowned for his gentler unplugged moments, such as his performance at New York's United Palace in December 2007.
When Young played live with Crosby, Still and Nash in 2000, for the first time since 1974, the tour grossed $41 million.