Neil Young Concert Reviews: Fox Theatre, Detroit, MI, May 4, 2011
From "Concert Reviews: Neil Young goes it alone at the Fox" - bands.GOandDOmichigan.com By GARY GRAFF:
Neil Young has proclaimed membership in Detroit's growing booster club.
Early in his solo show on Wednesday night (May 4) at the Fox Theatre, Young -- who first came to town in 1965 to record at Motown with his band the Mynah Birds -- altered the lyrics of 'My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)' to sing that 'Detroit city,' just like rock 'n' roll, 'will never die,' to an appropriate roar from the sell-out crowd of 5,000. He also managed to sneak a Red Wings reference into 'You Never Call,' although given the results of Wednesday's game at Joe Louis Arena we may want to ask him to sing about the San Jose Sharks when he plays Friday night (May 6) in Chicago.
He even called the Fox 'the most beautiful theater in the United States of America.'
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