Neil Young, Canadian singer-songwriter, musician, producer, director and screenwriter, best known for playing with Buffalo Springfield, and Crosby, Stills and Nash. A musical genius who is constantly improvising. He plays guitar, piano and harmonica on many albums which frequently combine folk, rock, blues and other musical styles. His gritty guitar work, especially with Crazy Horse, earned him the nickname “Godfather of Grunge”. Young has received several Grammy and Juno awards. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducted him twice: as a solo artist in 1995 and in 1997 as a member of Buffalo Springfield. In 2000, Rolling Stone named Young the 34th greatest rock ‘n roll artist.
In this tribute The Dusty Rhodes Band is a folk/rock band who recreates that unique acoustic sound of Neil Young. Featuring songs such as Alabama, harvest, old man, southern man, long may you run, heart of gold and many more, this show is not to miss.
Mark Larkin – Guitars, Harmonica and Vocals
Starting in the 70’s at the Four Winds Folk Club in Port Elizabeth Mark has kept playing, digging in on some great guitar styles. As an enthusiast to folk / country music he started alternative country outfit “Los Hombres”. After many saddle sores and a brief foray into hard rock this journey brought Mark to form the Dusty Rhodes Band.
Ian Hinrichsen – Bass and Backing Vocals
Ian comes from an extremely musical family, his mother was a Concert Pianist. He started out as a drummer in his early years then the bass bug bit. As a musician Ian has mainly been playing covers with some originals in between. As a bassist he loves to supply the low end to music and feels right at home with a bass guitar, and is comfortable playing almost any genre.
Stephen Guild – Cajon, Percussion and Backing Vocals
In the earlier years Steve was on the front line of Johannesburg original bands playing concerts along with some of South Africa’s top acts. He then spent a couple of years in and out of studio recording on albums and playing live gigs.
**PLEASE NOTE DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM