Neil Young

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Rocker Neil Young performed in concert at William and Mary Hall on the campus of the College of William and Mary on October 7, 1978. Stories about Young and the concert appeared in the student newspaper The Flat Hat. There is an preview article in the October 6, 1978 issue (page 22). The October 13, 1978 issue included a story about arrests at the concert (page 3) and a negative review of the performance (page 16).

Neil Young and Crazy Horse performed at the College of William and Mary on March 1, 1991.[1] There is a picture of Neil Young in the March 15, 1991 issue of The Flat Hat (page 7). This issue is not yet available online.


Material in the Special Collections Research Center

  • The Flat Hat
  • There are no photographs from the concert in the yearbook, the Colonial Echo.
  • There are no known photographs in the Special Collections Research Center as of the creation of this entry (9/2009). If you have further information or material to share from this concert, please contact the Special Collections Research Center (spcoll@wm.edu).

References

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