Neil Young Film Headed To Theaters
Following on the heels of Neil Young: Heart of Gold (2006) and Neil Young Trunk Show (2009), Journeys was filmed toward the end of Young's 2011 solo tour. In the movie, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer travels from his hometown of Omemee, Ontario, Canada to Toronto, where he's booked to play two shows at Massey Hall. During the trek, Young "reminisces about childhood friends and talks about how the surroundings have changed over the decades while rolling toward Toronto in a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria," according to the Los Angeles Times.
Although fans can check out Heart of Gold on DVD, Trunk Show has yet to be released for home audiences � a situation that Demme said he's hoping to remedy. more on this story
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