Neil Percival Young was born on 12th November, 1945 in Toronto, Canada. He is a singer, musician, artist, performer, songwriter, lyricist, composer, guitarist, and activist. Rock and pop are his musical specialties, and his style is hard rock, singer/songwriter, album rock, country-rock, folk-rock, psychedelic/garage, film score, and contemporary pop/rock. Some of his song highlights are “Heart of Gold”, “The Needle and the Damage Done”, “Old Man”, “After the Gold Rush”, “Mr. Soul”, “Only Love Can Break Your Heart”, “Sugar Mountain”, “Don't Let It Bring You Down”, “War of Man”, and many more. Young is also known for being a member of the bands Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Buffalo Springfield. In the movies, he is known for creating the soundtrack of “Dead Man”, “Philadelphia”, “Hotel Artemis”, “The Box”, “Big Little Lies”, etc. In 2009, he won a Grammy Award for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package for “Neil Young Archives Vol. I (1963 - 1972)”, and in 2010, he won a Grammy Award for Best Rock Song for “Angry World”. He also has 27 Grammy Award Nominations, a Felix Award, a VMA Award, and a Peabody Award. In 1994, Young won an Oscar for Best Music, Original Song for “Philadelphia”.