<-- Back to HyperRust Home Page
 <-- Back to SAMPLE and HOLD

Tour Watch 1999
(Archive 15: 4/19/99 - 7/2/99)
See The 1999 Tour pages for full 1999 touring details.

Tour-Related Rumors, Snoopings, News Releases

The newest report comes first. Scrolling down takes you backward through time... Note that this report is mostly a log of stuff posted to the Rust List, so some of it may not make a lot of sense when taken out of that context. Subscribe to the Rust List to get ALL of the info...

Earlier Reports. <-- --> Newer Reports.

Date: Fri, 02 Jul 1999 09:52:51 -0400
Subject: CSNY2K cancelled?

According to "Leann Warren" at KINK radio in Portland, Oregon:

Sorry to report that the concert promoter is now telling us that the CSN&Y show is cancelled. If we find out more info on if it'll be rescheduled we'll let you know.
Don't know if that just involves a Portland date or the entire tour. Might this be a confirmation for the BGP rumor?
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Tue, 29 Jun 1999 11:58:18 EDT
From: HipyGrlSml@aol.com
Subject: Farm Aid firming up

Just hung up with my friend in Arizona who performs at Farm Aid... This is not rumor, but fact: Farm Aid for Sept 12 is now declared "tentative" for that day. The man who passes me info is a personal friend of Willie and Neil's.

It is also listed in the Farm Aid newsletter as tentative for that date. (By newsletter, I mean that it is some sort of update that the performers get.) Just thought that I would pass it on....


Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1999 02:55:56 EDT
From: ABBAABBADO@aol.com
Subject: 4th hand stills info

stills was in indy, at colts owner jim irsay's request, to play a benefit gig at a smal club. my next door friend has a son who is a trainer at the colts complex. i asked him to get some csny info from irsay if he could. this is what he got...

someone in "the family" is sick. won't say who, but since neil has been on the road not likely him. "no tour till it's better" was the word.

good news: deer creek, an indy venue, is planning a date in oct. must be ok now.

Date: Fri, 25 Jun 1999 08:41:20 -0400
Subject: Rumor out of BGP: Neil pulling out?

Farmer Rob wrote:

  > My friend just called me and said that Bill
  > Graham Productions (where he works) had just
  > got word that Neil was pulling out of this
  > summer's CSNY tour (all, some??).
Being third or fourth-hand makes it real hard to interpret that "news". Could be that somebody at BGP finally noticed the rumor from a while back (since discredited) that Neil was pulling out and passed it around there as "new news". Could be that somebody there only recently heard about the tour dates moving to Sept (at the earliest) and read something into THAT. Or maybe they DID hear something brand new that hasn't made the news yet. Time will tell...
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Thu, 24 Jun 1999 08:49:16 -0700 (PDT)
From: james fotia <swami00298@yahoo.com>
Subject: CSNY Booked at Star Lake?

hello. last night i was at the tom petty concert and i was talkin to my buddy lance -- he is the boss of bookings and practically the whole place at starlake in pittsburgh. he confirmed that crosby, stills, nash, and young are coming there on september 5th. i am not lying this is the truth -- september 5th.

i called him up today and he said it is confirmed and in the book. it was supposed to be august 12th but they had to push it back a month. that is what lance said so i am goin by his words. call up starlake and see.

Date: Wed, 16 Jun 1999 15:59:52 EDT
From: David36798@aol.com
Subject: Crosby says "Tour Is On"

From a longer article on rollingstone.com

CSN&Y reunion tour should roll out this year

The mercurial Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young reunion tour originally slated to roll out this summer will now happen some time later this year, provided an unknown personal problem is rectified, according to singer David Crosby. "There has been a delay and I'm not at liberty to say why," said Crosby, speaking backstage at Sunday's Tibetan Freedom Concert in E. Troy, Wisc. "It certainly is not because anybody is not happy with it. The music we've been making in the studio is unbelievably good. We all want to do it, but there's personal family reasons why one of us has got a problem and as soon as that can be worked out we'll go out." He then added the tour will "absolutely" happen.


Date: Fri, 4 Jun 1999 10:33:10 -0400
From: D Vance <dvance4@juno.com>
Subject: Latest From Elliot on CSNY Tour

I asked Elliott {at the Houston M&G} about the Sept 4 CSN&Y date in Tampa that was reported as back on, he said definitely not. The radio is miss-informing. But yes, the tour is still on, just the date is wrong and not set. So, whenever, the fest is at my house.

Winking Waitress

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 11:13:11
From: bh <heinsohn@worldnet.att.net>
Subject: Last Trip To Vegas

My personal mission {at the 1st Houston Meet&Greet} was to get the picture of Neil and me from the Vegas M&G signed. I had a 5x7. I was the 2nd one who Neil approached last night. I shook his hand and said, "The music matters, Neil." He quickly looked up at me and smirked. I wondered if he knew. I added, "and yours matters the most." I held out the picture.

He glanced at it and mumbled (he mumbles a lot), "I have to sign the other picture."

"But Neil....this is from Vegas."

He looks down at it and starts laughing, shows it to his body guards, "Hey look at this from Vegas! What a night that was." Then they're all very amused by it, obviously recalling the CRAPPY mood Neil was in that night and how it's obvious in the pic. You should see his face....and he was wearing the shades. You can tell he was pissed that night. Meanwhile there I am next to him in the pic with a big s@#t-eating grin on. :-D

I had also mentioned to Elliot how I had to go to the Vegas show since he rarely even comes to Texas and Elliot told me how he really took some shit from Neil about *that* fiasco. He will NEVER play there again.

One of his audio guys commented later on about the Last Trip to Vegas and asked if I caught the lyrics to that song. I said "oh yeah, sure did" and then recited them. He mentioned how most of the audience didn't even get it and how they were cheering when he sang it. The bunch of drunks. Again, his comment not mine.

Put that info from two sources together with Neil's reaction to my picture.

Last trip indeed.


PS: I did verify though that tonight is the end of the tour.

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 07:55:46 -0400
Subject: Persistent Toronto Rumor

The rumor that Neil will appear at the Aboriginal Voices Festival in Toronto, possibly on June 19, persist. People close to Keith Secola (of the band Wild Band of Indians) seem convinced he'll be there. Somebody at the Houston M&Gs might want to ask Elliot about it...
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 20:17:10 EDT
From: NRAIV@aol.com
Subject: Why Tix Are Sky High

No one has mentioned high ticket prices for about 10 minutes, so I'd thought I'd pass along a link to a pretty interesting article on SFX Entertainment from today's Philadelphia Inquirer. Mr. Young is mentioned a few times. The story is on the web.

breakers crash on the beach

Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 18:15:50 +0200
From: THB <tbugsett@online.no>
Subject: Elliot On Europe

I did have a little chat after the Minneapolis show with Elliot, who was real nice. He told me that a European tour was in the works for next winter, starting in February. There's some really nice theatres over there so this kind of thing (the acoustic shows) would fit perfectly, to paraphrase him. Well, I won't belive it until I see it...


Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 14:42:48 PDT
From: Josh Brown <josheeb@hotmail.com>
Subject: Another shot at Toronto?

Organizers of the Aboriginal Voices Festival say they are "in negotiations" with Neil Young for a Toronto engagement. That's all they would tell me but at least it's some hope. Their website says he is an "invited guest."

Cheers, Josh

Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 09:32:21 EDT
From: DVSound@aol.com
Subject: Neil at Rain Forest Benefit?

Maybe there's a possibility of Neil showing up at a Rainforest benefit to be held on June 28 at the Warfield in San Francisco? He would be in town by then. The show is being billed as a benefit, and Blues Traveler is hosting the show. Also rumored to be there are Bonnie Raitt, Bob Weir, Merle Saunders, and possibly Neil. Whatdya think?

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 08:05:40 -0400
From: Steve Washick <swashick@pscu.net>
Subject: CSNY Tampa?

Just heard it on the radio....

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Ice Palace
Tampa, FL
Sept. 4, 1999

Tix go on sale in a couple weeks! I imagine they'll cost at least a half million dollars each....


HyperRust Editor's Note: This radio station is almost certainly passing on obsolete information.

Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 12:56:40 -5
From: Dale H
Subject: Elliot: Solo Tour Almost Done

I was standing with Elliott at the Meet & Greet last night when someone asked him when the current tour was ending. He said "this week" and mentioned the remaining dates.

I asked him what's next and he said the CSNY tour was starting in September. I asked how many cities they were planning to visit and he said they were doing about 40 dates.

aka Quiet Slipstream

Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 10:40:04 -0600
From: jschafbuch@dmcvb.org
Subject: CSNY Denver?

My contact at the new Pepsi Center (20,000+) in Denver says that CSNY are scheduled for October 4th.

Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 10:55:03 -0700
From: Dave Linn <dlinn1@san.rr.com>
Subject: Croz: Don't Slag Neil

Hi all... Croz, just updated the Lee Shore list (where he is a regular contributor), with the following:

OK ...as far as I know from Neil, Stephen, and Graham the tour is still very much on... ...it was delayed due to health issues with one of our kids and they come first ...when I can explain more about that I will... ...as soon as we know what's up with the tour timing we will tell you here I promise... ...I have a CD of 5 mixed songs with me and they are going to knock your socks off... ...no point in slagging Neil ...he is making Great music and this is definately not his fault... ...I am going to go mooch off Nash in Kauai for a couple of weeks and love to you all... ...croz

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 21:31:06 -0400
From: Andy Strote <strote@interlog.com>
Subject: Zeke: Toronto Unlikely

Got back from the 5/20 Detroit show. My only show on this tour and I liked it a lot. Despite having heard a number of tapes and CDs from the tour, there is just nothing like being there.

We talked to Zeke a bit. Reminded him about the MORE BARN banner. He said he remembered. Anyway, we asked Zeke about Toronto, and he said there had been talk of it,but it doesn't look like it now. Didn't offer any more, and I wasn't going to ask, but he seemed pretty sure of it. Hope he's wrong, but wouldn't hold my breath.

Cutlass Supreme

Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 11:13:57 -0400
From: Dan.Marowski@Gale.com
Subject: Neil: CSNY Tour "Later"

At the Bridge School reception following the Detroit 5/19 show, a guest asked Neil if he was still planning on touring with CSN. Neil replied quickly, "Yeah . . . later." My guess is that he meant the shows would take place later than initially anticipated, but at least he's up for them.


Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 08:27:04 -0400
Subject: "Neil" in Toronto

I received a rumor that Neil would appear at the Aboriginal Voices Festival in Toronto (June 16-21). But the current festival schedule shows no Neil... EXCEPT: on Friday night, June 18, the movie Dead Man (which Neil did the soundtrack for) will be shown at the Studio Theater (right after the excellent film Smoke Signals) at 9pm.

I don't see any non-Native musical acts listed in the schedule, so I'm guessing the rumor was related to Dead Man. The only other Neil connection I see is that Keith Secola (with Wild Band of Indians) is playing on Saturday night, and his web-site lists Neil among the many artists his band has "been in contact with" (others include Bowie, Patti Smith, Jerry Garcia, Coolio, U2 and Nirvana).

Since there's still talk of Neil doing Toronto, and it can be no earlier than June now, I suppose we can't rule this rumor out completely. Y'all up in T.O. need to keep your eyes & ears open...
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 00:17:02 GMT
From: Linda Davis <lindapurple@hotmail.com>
Subject: "Lies, lies, lies"

Heard on Lucky 108 (local AZ rock station) "entertainment update" this afternoon that Warner is saying Aug. 17 for the CSNY album release and that the tour will start on or around Sept 1.

Elliott is quoted as saying the rumors about Neil backing out are "lies, lies, lies."

For what it's worth....
Give me strength

Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 08:54:46 PDT
From: Trevor Umlah <punchumlah@hotmail.com>
Subject: Toronto Possibilities

Though there is an earlier break in Massey Hall's June schedule, it looks like the one below is the only break that could fit Neil's schedule:
Sat 19Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Sun 20Pray for Neil!!!!
Mon 21Pray for Neil!!!!
Tue 22Pray for Neil!!!!
Wed 23Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Date: Sat, 15 May 1999 23:08:54 -0400
Subject: Elliot on CSNY tour rumors

This was reported on The Lee Shore (the CSN mailing list):

   > Just heard on my local station's "Rock Info-tainment"
   > that Neil Young's  manager Elliott _____ (?) is
   > strongly refuting the rumors that Neil is trying to
   > "back his way out" of the CSNY Tour...
   > Maybe there's still hope! 
   >   Tommy O

Date: Thu, 13 May 1999 11:54:30 -0400
From: rdahlia@us.ibm.com
Subject: Pay Per View?

God Almighty, I hope and pray this isn't true... Please God don't do this to us... Some of whom have waited 25 years to see CSNY together in concert again!

The following is what I just read from Q Magazine (pretty much a rehash of the Rolling Stone story):

Cold Feet for Young?
[May 13 1999 2:31PM]
Neil Young is getting cold feet at the prospect of a planned US reunion tour with old bandmates Stephen Stills, David Crosby and Graham Nash, scheduled for August. The plan had been to support the forthcoming CSN&Y album, Heartland, with fifteen live dates. However, it seems that Young wants to do a single pay-per-view show on cable television instead, even though he'd originally put forward the tour idea. To add to the confusion, recent reports state that the tour will take place in September, but that would clash with Young's appearance at the annual Farm Aid concert?

Date: Wed, 12 May 1999 22:18:49 EDT
From: KyOlson4@aol.com
Subject: Cold Feet?

The new Rolling Stone seems to think that Neil's getting "cold feet" when it comes to the CSNY reunion tour. Check it out.

Kyle Olson
-Dark Horse-

Date: Thu, 6 May 1999 13:27:26 -0600
From: Tom Nash <tnash@tanning.com>
Subject: CSNY Slip Report, Neil in Denver?

Just got this from the Denver Sidewalk Hot tickets page under the rumours:

The Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young reunion tour has reportedly been pushed back to a September starting date; the good news here is that Neil Young is adding more solo acoustic dates in May and June, focusing on the cities he missed in the middle of the country. Might one of those dates end up in Denver? In a word, yes. Stay tuned.

No word yet on whether the delayed CSNY tour will still hit the Pepsi Center on Oct. 4.

Tom Nash

Date: Thu, 06 May 1999 02:35:54 -0500
From: Ray Holm <rholm@io.com>
Subject: Neil & Willie?

Rumor has it that the Friday between Neil's shows here in Austin at the Bass Concert Hall (Thurs. May 27 and Sat. May 29), he's going to play with Willie Nelson at Antone's.

Date: Wed, 5 May 1999 09:58:11 -0500
From: Jessica Osburn <jessica@purdue.edu>
Subject: Stills mentions tour stop

Steven Stills played Indy last night and said that CSNY will play Deer Creek in September.

Date: Mon, 03 May 1999 18:57:59 -0400
From: Andrew Ditmore <aditmore@integrion.net>
Subject: Yet Another Farm Aid Reference

From Rocktropolis news:

Farm Aid '99 Plugged In For Sept. 12

Farm Aid '99 is back on track and slated for Sept. 12 at Nissan Pavilion in Bristow, Va. with event founders Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, and Neil Young in tow.

For the past two years, the event has taken place at the World Music Theatre outside Chicago. The Farm Aid office will not comment on this year's plans until a talent lineup is finalized; they expect to make an announcement in late June or possibly earlier.

There is a possibility that Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young could be among the performers, since the start of their reunion tour has been pushed back to September. Last year's concert featured Phish, Hootie and the Blowfish, Martina McBride, Steve Earle, Wilco, and John Conlee in addition to Nelson, Mellencamp, and Young.

Date: Fri, 30 Apr 1999 10:47:17 -0400
From: Andrew Ditmore <aditmore@integrion.net>
Subject: Another Farm Aid Reference

This is from Sidewalk.com:

After many years in the Midwest, Farm Aid is moving to Washington this year. It's happening Sept. 12 at Nissan Pavilion; artists rumored to be appearing include Willie Nelson; Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young; Dave Matthews; John Mellencamp; and Susan Tedeschi. Look for an official announcement in the summer ...

Date: Fri, 30 Apr 1999 08:07:53 EDT
From: KyOlson4@aol.com
Subject: New Orleans added!

Pollstar has Neil listed as playing New Orleans 5/30/99, at the Saenger Theater!

Kyle Olson
-Dark Horse-

Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1999 09:16:36 -0400
From: Tom Hanna <hanna@pop.uky.edu>
Subject: Fans injured in Akron

From the Akron Beacon Journal:


Concert fans injured in fall at E.J. Thomas

A 21-year-old man fell from a balcony wall, injuring himself and three other people at the Neil Young concert last night at E.J. Thomas Hall at the University of Akron.

Raymond McDermott of Poland, Ohio, was taken to Akron General Medical Center to be treated for neck and back injuries. The three people he hit -- an 11-year-old Michigan girl, her mother and a woman from Parma Heights -- were also taken to area hospitals, said Paul Herold, a university spokesman.

The girl suffered leg and ankle injuries, while her mother's arm was broken. They were treated at Children's Hospital Medical Center of Akron. The other woman, whose age was not known, was taken to Akron City Hospital for a neck injury, Herold said.

The accident occurred about 8:30 p.m., shortly before an intermission in the concert. After the intermission, the concert resumed.

McDermott fell about 25 feet from the wall of the third-tier balcony onto the three people, who were sitting in the second- tier balcony.

"He had to climb on the wall and be standing, sitting or walking," Herold said.

The university police department is still investigating. No charges have been filed.


Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1999 05:10:42 PDT
From: SteveDittman@hotmail.com
Subject: Milwaukee added!

I woke up this morning to the sound of my clock radio going off. Of course, I hit the snooze button.

But the second time that it went off, I stayed awake. Why? Because they were making a concert announcement:

Neil Young
Riverside Theatre
Monday, May 17th 7:30 p.m.
Woo hoo!
(And I wasn't dreaming - the story is in the paper too...)

Tickets go on sale Monday at noon for $85 and $50. Meet and greet tickets will be available at the box office.

A Man from Mars

Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1999 04:27:44 EDT
From: TinOtiS@aol.com
Subject: More News From Elliot

I checked with Elliot tonight at the Akron show meet & greet. He told me that they are having some difficulty scheduling the Massey Hall show but that Neil really wants to do the *last* show of the tour there, "because of his dad".

Elliot also said that the CSN&Y tour has been pushed back to September.

Chuck N
A Fireman

Date: 28 Apr 99 00:12:59 PDT
From: Susan / Dragon Mom <dragonmom7@netscape.net>
Subject: Farm Aid Info Leaked

I saw this on the Lee-Shore list -- and wanted to pass it on....

Just got this from an e-mail from Tone-Cool records (Blues label):

Susan's (Tedeschi) just been booked to play Farm Aid on September 12th in Bristow, VA at the Nissan Pavilion. Other scheduled guests (who may change) include Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and Dave Matthews.


--> Dragon Mom

Date: Tue, 27 Apr 1999 18:47:30 -0500
From: D.E.F. <davpril2@onr.com>
Subject: More on San Antonio

In the San Antonio Express News, in the Country/Acoustic shows listing:

MAY 26: NEIL YOUNG Canadian troubadour/grunge godfather/rock legend makes his first visit to S.A. since a March, 1991, show with Crazy Horse. There won't be any high decibels this time out this is a solo acoustic gig. Tickets, $50-$75 (plus limited VIP seats for $125, which include a post-show meet-and-greet), go on sale May 1 at Ticketmaster outlets. 8 p.m. Majestic Theater, 224 E. Houston St. Wheelchair accessible.

Date: Tue, 27 Apr 1999 15:41:04 -0500
From: David <Subject: San Antonio added!

I got my tickets for Neil in Austin (27th of May). While looking through the San Antonio paper, I noticed he was playing The Majestic Theater in San Antonio on the 26th.

It also talked about his "2 day straight" rule. Since he was playing San Antonio on the 26th and Austin on the 27th, he would take off a day in between his shows on the 27th and the 29th. Rumor is he's going to do something with Willie Nelson, probably play golf!

David in Austin

Date: Fri, 23 Apr 1999 14:34:11 -0500
From: david adams <afomw@wf.net>
Subject: Dallas Cancelled!

attn dallas rusties
just got off the phone with star tickets and they said that
neil young concert is cancelled for dallas. no other details


Date: Fri, 23 Apr 1999 08:49:01 -0400
From: Jennifer Baranski <jbaransk@ford.com>
Subject: Detroit Added!

Just saw this in today's Detroit Free Press -- thought you'd all be interested...

"THIS JUST IN! Tickets for Neil Young concerts at the Fox, 8 p.m. May 19-20, go on sale ($75, $50, $37.50) Sunday at noon at the box office. Call Ticketmaster. 1-248-645-6666."
Yes, yes, yes!!!!! I was hoping beyond hope that Neil would try to play the Fox!!!

-jen (on cloud #9)

Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1999 09:02:09 EDT
From: TinOtiS@aol.com
Subject: Canada date + CSNY rumor


This is not a joke or BS. He didn't know the exact date but he said sometime before mid-June.

Also, it was written:

  > ...an employee of MSG gave me some exciting news. The
  > UNOFFICIAL dates for CSNY to appear at MSG
  > are Sept. 9, 10 & 12.  He said those dates have been
  > blocked off for them, though no contract has been signed.
The MSG person who led MY grouping of people to the Meet & Greet said that the three dates were in August and that the booking was a certainty -- but not necessarily the dates.

Chuck N
A Fireman

Date: Wed, 21 Apr 1999 14:19:02 -0400
Subject: Lotta Tour Stops

With the current number of solo dates (34 confirmed, more possible) and the number of proposed CSNY dates (44), this may very well be Neil's second biggest touring year ever. The only busier year would be 1973, when he did 92 (!) tour stops (the Time Fades Away and Tonight's The Night tours).

However if no new solo dates are set and some CSNY dates go away, he might drop below 1983 (had 77 stops doing Trans & Pinks) and 1996 (had 75 stops, the Year of the Horse, including the OPL/Catalyst stealth gigs).
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Wed, 21 Apr 1999 13:04:59 -0500
From: Chuck King <cking@minn.net>
Subject: More Minneapolis Info

I called the Orpheum box office again this noon and asked a few more questions. Here is what I found out:

Chuck King a.k.a. Moe the Sleaze

Date: Wed, 21 Apr 1999 12:05:14 -0500
From: Rick Pauley <hmsteel@telepath.com>
Subject: Dallas Confirmed Info

After spending most of the morning talking to representatives of ticket agencies & the Bronco Bowl, it appears that there is, indeed , one confirmed show set for the Bronco Bowl in Dallas. The show is set for 5/30. The ticket pricing structure is about the same as we've seen on other shows, with the highest ticket being $125.00. There will apparently be a M&G reception.

That is all,
Cadillac...with a wheel on the track

Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 23:45:09 EDT
From: Nomore1@aol.com
Subject: Houston Confirmed Info

On the Aerial Theater web page:

Two very special nights.
MAY 1 & 2
VIP tickets available exclusively at
Aerial Theater box office. VIP ticket
includes great seat and meet and
greet Neil himself!
Tickets on sale this Saturday,
April 24th at 11 a.m.

They obviously got May and June mixed up there...

Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 11:55:40 -0500
From: Chuck King <cking@minn.net>
Subject: Minneapolis Confirmed Info

I just got off the phone with the Orpheum Theatre Box Office. Tickets for the May 22 & 23 shows go on sale this Sunday (4/25) at noon. Prices are $125, $75, and $40. There will be a meet & greet. And for what it's worth, the woman did say the m&g is a benefit for the Bridge School.

If you plan to go to the box office for tickets, be aware that the Orpheum box office is actually at the State Theatre.

Chuck King a.k.a. Moe the Sleaze

Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 11:12:54 +0100
From: Michael Raney <mraney@mail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Austin Confirmed Info

It was announced on KGSR radio yesterday at 5:00 PM that Neil is confirmed for Austin on May 27 and 29 at the Bass Concert Hall on the University of Texas campus. Tickets go on sale April 24 at 10:00 am at all UTTM ticket outlets.

This was confirmed by the UTTM box office on the phone.


Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 20:11:22 -0500
From: Peter Barber <petebar@minn.net>
Subject: Neil in Minneapolis!

KQRS radio today announced Neil at the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis on May 22 & 23. Tickets to go on sale this Saturday the 24th.

Also, a web site now lists a CSNY date at Target Center in Minneapolis on August 19th.

Pete Barber

Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 13:35:10
From: bh <heinsohn@worldnet.att.net>
Subject: Texas Possibilities

This is supposed to be confirmed, but reports are conflicting about dates. I think this is just being solidified today and that's why the info sounds a bit shakey.

Tickets for ALL Texas shows go on sale this Saturday, Apr 24, 10am.

Most tickets $75....some at $125 (probably the reception but that's not ironed out yet)

Looks like it'll probably be a night in Austin, a night in Dallas and TWO in Houston. Can this be?!?! Well Houston is the largest TX city.

You gotta wonder. He's giving this little circle almost the same coverage as the northeast. Making up for all those lost years or what? Seems odd....but I'm *not* complaining.


Earlier Reports. <-- --> Newer Reports.

 <-- Back to SAMPLE and HOLD
 <-- Back to HyperRust Home Page