Neil Young is one of the most influential singer/songwriters of his time, but until now NO ONE has been given permission to use his work Old Man.  Redlight King has done so. Redlight King songwriter front man Kaz wrote is first song when he was just 7 years old, when most of us could barley write our full names.  Old Man, the first song from the upcoming CD, Something For The Pain, is not a cover but rather was written as an ode to his own father while paying homage to musical icon Neil Young's song of the same name and, for the first time ever, contains an approved sample of Young's original song. Kaz hails from Hamilton, Ontario which could explain why Neil Young gave him permission being that Young is a fellow Canadian.  Do you think Redlight King did Old Man justice?

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