Old Princeton Landing Crazy Horse Residency (1996)
In March of 1996, a group billing themselves as the Echos booked a series of shows at Old Princeton Landing, a bar in El Granada, California. Word soon got out it was actually Neil Young and Crazy Horse preparing for the Broken Arrow tour with a 14-night run. Fans flocked to the dinky club from all over the country, catching killer, ragged shows packed with Seventies classics like "Roll Another Number" and "Like a Hurricane." David Briggs passed away the previous year, and the shows were filled with cuts from Zuma, his favorite album. They haven't done anything like this in the past 20 years, but the fans continue to dream.