Update 10/13 2 p.m. PT: According to acclaimed Neil Young fansite Thrasher's Wheat, the decades-in-the-making Neil Young debut on
The Howard Stern Show will take place tomorrow morning, October 14. The timing
makes sense considering The Colbert Report has Young listed as a
for tomorrow's episode of the Stephen Colbert-hosted show as well. Both shows are
taped in New York City.
Over the years radio show host Howard Stern has mentioned a number
he'd love to have Neil
Young visit his SiriusXM radio program. Yesterday, Stern revealed Neil will
on an upcoming episode of The Howard Stern Show.
Early in Tuesday's program Stern mentioned Young is coming onto the show and that
waiting a long time for that to happen. Howard said he's already compiled a list of
questions to ask the musical legend. He joked that Neil's visit must last at least 10
hours because of all the questions he has in store for the appearance. The closest
legendary radio host has come to getting Neil
to appear on his show was back in January, when Young contributed a video tribute
played at Stern's "Birthday Bash."
We can't wait to see what Howard asks Young. If the interview is anything like last
October's chat with Graham Nash, we're in for a revealing conversation. Stern
give a specific
air date for Young's appearance, but we'll be on the look out for that information.
Listen to Howard Stern reveal the news around the 5:30 mark:
Stern show producer Gary Dell'Abatte discussed the process that went into booking
Young with the Howard 100 News:
[Published on: 10/13/14]