Nils Lofgren

Today, 2pm ET: Nils Lofgren, Billy Talbot, Randall Roberts x Qobuz Live

Today at 2pm EST, Qobuz will host Crazy Horse guitarist Nils Lofgren and bassist Billy Talbot in conversation with Randall Roberts (formerly LA Times music editor, currently University of Missouri, Columbia teacher/editor) for a special “Qobuz Live” livestream event: Neil Young & Crazy Horse's World Record: An Inside Look Featuring Nils Lofgren & Billy Talbot of Crazy Horse.
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Our Favorite Stories In Music: Nils Lofgren

New Jersey Stage published its 25,000th story in December 2021. As the site approached the milestone, we posed the question on social media as how we should celebrate. One response was to highlight our favorite stories from over the years. We liked this idea, but could not narrow things down to just 25 favorites so we will present a favorite each day from different genres. Every Monday we feature one of our favorite stories in music. Since today is Valentine's Day, we thought we'd spotlight our feature on Nils Lofgren - actually two features.
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Guitarist Nils Lofgren isn't satisfied with Spotify's response to COVID misinformation

If you’ve been paying attention to pop culture this week, you’ve probably heard a lot about Spotify and a certain outspoken musician. The streaming service has been under fire after music legend Neil Young announced he was removing his music from the platform in protest of COVID-19 vaccine misinformation spread on its most popular podcast: The Joe Rogan Experience.

Longtime E Street Band Member Nils Lofgren Pulls Music From Spotify, Encourages All Musicians to “Cut Ties” With Service

Nils Lofgren, a longtime guitarist for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, is among the musicians to pull music from Spotify in the wake of the streaming platform spreading COVID-19 misinformation. He follows Neil Young, who announced Wednesday that he would remove his catalogue in protest of COVID vaccine misinformation being spread on Joe Rogan’s podcast, and Joni Mitchell, who followed in solidarity soon after.More from The Hollywood ReporterJoe Rogan Responds to Podcast Controversy, Pledges to "Balance Things Out" in the FutureSpotify to Add Content Advisory to Podcast Episodes That Include COVID-19 DiscussionsJoni Mitchell Says She Will Remove Music From Spotify: "I...

Crazy Horse's Nils Lofgren follows Neil Young in Spotify boycott

Bruce Springsteen's guitarist, Nils Lofgren, has joined the musicians boycotting Spotify. The 70-year-old rocker, who is also a member of Crazy Horse, the band that released a number of albums as Crazy Horse and Neil Young, is following in the footsteps of the latter and other well-known stars, who asked for their music to be removed from the streaming platform amid calls for Joe Rogan's controversial podcast to be dropped for giving false information regarding the coronavirus vaccine.

Nils Lofgren latest musician to remove music from Spotify in support of Neil Young

Nils Lofgren, the Crazy Horse and E Street band musician, has announced he’s removing his music from Spotify in support of Neil Young.Young previously issued an ultimatum to Spotify and asked that his music be deleted from the platform due to its affiliation with Joe Rogan, whom he said had spread “false information” regarding Covid-19 vaccines.Joni Mitchell followed suit in solidarity with Young – and now Lofgren has done the same.He shared a post on the Neil Young Archives, writing: “When these heroic women and men, who’ve spent their lives healing and saving ours, cry out for help you...

Nils Lofgren Is the Latest Musician to Pull Music From Spotify

And now it’s three. E Street Band and Crazy Horse guitarist Nils Lofgren is the latest musician to pull music off Spotify. In a statement posted on Neil Young’s website, he detailed his decision. “A few days ago, my wife Amy and I became aware of Neil and...