Not just another cover band, Rust Never Sleeps inhabits the muse of Neil Young. They can dive deep into the “spook” with Ken and Chuck’s dueling, slashing guitars… or get you "ready for the country" with Reena’s sweet soaring harmonies and Rob’s soulful pedal steel, all held down by Mike’s steady bass grooves and Jeremy’s rock solid in-the-pocket drumming. Tight as a Saturday night or loose as a goose, they always satisfy.
Neil Young. More than 40 records. An artist who relentlessly follows his muse, creating musical expressions that mirror every facet of human emotion. Fragile or furious, the best of his songs come from a place of uncommon energy. They demand presence. Willie Nelson famously says, “You never know what you’re going to get in a Neil Young concert because he never knows exactly what he’s going to do, that way everyone is surprised.”
RNS is a band that embraces the Neil Young ethos: follow the muse. Ken explains: “we bring our own musical humanity to the table when we play these songs, they’re not artifacts… they’re living and breathing when we play them.” For RNS, no two shows are necessarily alike, and Neil’s extensive catalog allows for unlimited musical exploration and expression.