An L.A.-born music veteran, Rick Rosas has appeared on a wide variety of recordings by many artists, but he's probably best known for his work with Neil Young and Joe Walsh.  Between new recording sessions, Rick has appeared for
the past several years every Monday at The Joint nightclub in Hollywood (corner of Pico and Robertson) with Waddy Wachtel, Phil Jones, Terry Reid, Stacey Michelle and – when they're not on the road as part of the Rolling Stones touring band – Bernard Fowler and Blondie Chaplin.

Buffalo Springfield, reunited for a short time in 2011. The influencial rock band, Buffalo Springfield consisted of Richie Furay, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Rick Rosas and Joe Vitale who played two dates at the Wiltern.     Buffalo Springfield also headlined at the famous Bonnaroo Music Festival in Tennessee. 

In the meantime, look for Rick Rosas at The Joint on scattered Saturdays throughout the rest of this year.  2013 Line-Up includes Waddy Wachtel, Rick Rosas, Phil Jones, Brett Tuggle, Bernard Fowler, Jaime Savko, Blondie Chaplin, Keith Allison, and Mindi Abair. 

 

Rick Rosas~RTBP~Rick The Bass Player

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TOUR SCHEDULE


Neil Young & Crazy Horse


Monday, July 07

Laugardsholl, Reykjavik


Thursday, July 10

Live at the Marquee

Cork, Ireland


Saturday, July 12

British Summer Time

Hyde Park


Sunday, July 13

Echo Arena

Liverpool, UK


Tuesday, July 15

Kucokcitifix Park

Turkey


Thursday, July 17

Hayarkon Park

Tel Aviv


Sunday, July 20

Munsterplatz

Ulm, Germany


Monday, July 21

Piazza Colbert

Barolo, Italy


Wednesday, July 23

Wiener Stadthalle

Vienna, Austria


Friday, July 25

Warsteiner Hockey Park

Monchengladbach, Germany



MORE TOUR DATES...

News

Neil Young and Crazy Horse to Tour With a Substitute Bassist

By ALLAN KOZINN


Just as Neil Young was preparing to tour Europe with his occasional backing band, the often raggedly glorious Crazy Horse, the band’s bassist, Billy Talbot, suffered what a spokesman for Reprise Records described in a statement as “a mild stroke.”

Mr. Talbot, a member of the band since it was founded in the late 1960s, has withdrawn from the tour on the advice of his doctors, who say they expect him to make a full recovery. But in the meantime, the show will go on: Mr. Young and company will be joined by the bassist Rick Rosas, who has worked frequently with Mr. Young, both on his own (in the recording studio and on tour) and with Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and during the 2011 reunion of the Buffalo Springfield.  Read more...

photo by Jim Steinfeld

*To the late John Exley, thank you for your friendship


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