Neil Young has had a vast and varied career, never being satisfied with the status quo. He started off in a group with Rick James, formed Buffalo Springfield in 1966, then went solo, releasing classic albums like “After the Gold Rush”, and occasionally joined folk super-group Crosby, Stills & Nash. Young has been called “The Godfather of Grunge” and has inspired countless artists over the years.
Iron Maiden formed in 1975 and was part of the new wave of British heavy metal. In 1981, Bruce Dickinson joined the group and his soaring, operatic vocals carved the band’s path to success, as well as serving as the blueprint for a generation of heavy metal singers. Iron Maiden has also continued to be a huge live attraction.