NEIL YOUNG’S GREENDALE: Take a look inside

NEIL YOUNG’S GREENDALE: Take a look inside

By DCE Editorial Wednesday, June 9th, 2010
Some stories are so personal and so important that we cannot let them go. Time passes, details are embellished, and the narrative shifts to accommodate a new audience. But the heart of the story, what is most private and profound, remains unchanged: we create our own mythologies. Neil Young’s ambitious story GREENDALE began as a concept album, was performed as a live rock opera and adapted into a film; today it will be available as a graphic novel in comic book stores and next Tuesday everywhere books are sold. What remains unchanged about GREENDALE in its many incarnations is that it remains Neil Young’s singular vision of environmental, political and personal responsibility. Focusing on a small Southern California town, Greendale is the story of Sun Green, a teenage girl with preternatural connections to nature. Welcome to NEIL YOUNG'S GREENDALE: greendalecover2 gd_ogn_018-copy gd_ogn_019-copy