In late November and early December 1970, Neil Young prepared for two shows at New York's Carnegie Hall will a string of solo, acoustic shows at Washington DC's Cellar Door.
Now, Young will release a CD of those shows on an album called Live at the Cellar Door on December 10.
The Cellar Door was a small venue at 34th and M Street NW in Washington DC. It was open from 1965 to 1981. Artists like Young, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, and Linda Ronstadt played there.
Live at the Cellar Door features songs from Young's 1970 album, After the Goldrush, and stuff from his Buffalo Springfield days. We also hear the live debuts of songs like Old Man and Bad Fog of Loneliness.