Neil Young says that a Buffalo Springfield reunion tour could happen in the future, even despite the fact that he aborted a 30-date reunion tour last year.
Speaking with Rolling Stone, Young explained that, "[A reunion] could happen, but it's not happening now."
Young has reservations regarding the tour, saying: "I'd be on a tour of my past for the rest of (expletive deleted) time, which I can't do. I have to be able to move forward. I can't be relegated."
The "Mr. Soul" singer did conclude on a hopeful note, however, saying, "there is this seed of something great still there. It's worth exploring again."
Buffalo Springfield was only together for two years back in the late 1960s. They briefly reunited in the 1980s for a rehearsal that lead to a Buffalo Springfield Revisited tour (minus Young).
Young then reunited with remaining members Stephen Stills and Richie Furay in 2010 to perform for Young's annual Bridge School Benefit charity show. The group then planned a tour following that show, but Young pulled out several shows into the tour.
by RTT Staff Writer
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