Harvest

Harvest

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Harvest is not only one of the best Neil Young Tribute bands in the world but may be closer to Neil than his sidburns!

Biography

Harvest is quickly on the rise to the top of the tribute world with their homage to the musical genius of the legendary Neil Young. The band, HARVEST, (named after Young's number one album of the '70's) was handpicked by solo artist Larry Green, who has been performing his Young acoustic tribute all over the world for the last thirty years. Harvest not only captures the sound and look of Neil Young and Crazy Horse (right down to the same stage set) but also recreates the classic harmonies of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young.
The experience has often been described as eerie.
Harvest prides itself of duplicating Young’s music, note for note as close as humanly possible.
According to the SEATTLE TIMES: "There are several NEIL YOUNG TRIBUTE bands and solo artists that play YOUNG'S songs very well. No one sounds as close to the master, however, as Larry Green as evidenced in his live concerts....."
Just listen for yourself.....
Neil Young and Bob Dylan were recently listed by TIME magazine as the two most important North American songwriters of the last century. Don't miss this chance to relive the live show once experienced by millions of concert goers in the '60's and '70's.... the electrifying music of NEIL YOUNG!

Set List

Alabama, Cinnamon Girl, The Days That Used To Be, From Hank to Hendrix, White Line, When You Dance (I can really love), Harvest , Heart of Gold, Helpless, Like a Hurricane, Mansion On The Hill, Needle and the Damage Done, Ohio, Old Man, I’ve Been Waiting For You, Out On The Weekend, Pocahontas, Keep On Rockin’ In The Free World, Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black), Southern Man, Don’t Cry No Tears, Cripple Creek Ferry, Mr. Soul, The Loner, The Old Laughing Lady, Cowgirl In The Sand, On The Way Home, Box Car, Down By The River, Country Girl, Words, Roll Another Number For The Road, Powderfinger, Country Home, Comes a time, Harvest Moon, I Am A Child and I’m The Ocean