Listen to Neil Young's latest here.
So why now, after his Grammy for "Devils & Dust," his failed Kerry push and his Sopranos-success-by-association, does everyone's hero Bruce Springsteen leave the "protest" out of his Pete Seeger tribute album, making it as ambiguous as "Born in the USA"-- and, New Orleans nods aside, even more dated?
Young's “Ohio” was written following the Kent State massacre on May 4, 1970, and was a staple of anti-war rallies in the 1970s. Young was still performing it 20 years later, by which time he often dedicated it to the Chinese students who had been killed at Tiananmen Square protests of 1989.
Tabloid Baby poll: Was Bruce pissing on the flag on the Born in the USA cover?