Spotify removes Neil Young's music after he objects to Joe Rogan's podcast

Enlarge this image

Neil Young, performing in Lake Hughes, Calif. in 2019. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Spotify is in the process of removing famed singer-songwriter Neil Young’s recordings from its streaming platform, the company announced Wednesday.

On Monday, Young had briefly posted an open letter on his own website, asking his management and record label to remove his music from the streaming giant, as a protest against the platform’s distribution of podcaster Joe Rogan. Rogan has been widely criticized for spreading misinformation about coronavirus

→ Continue reading at NPR - Technology

More from author

Related posts

Advertisment

Latest posts

California teachers, school employees may be paying thousands in extra fees on retirement accounts

Some teachers felt savvy when they read their monthly statements from SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union and Nationwide, featuring a page proclaiming, “Nationwide Administration Expenses:...

After a $650,000 overbid, losing out on sale most likely a blessing in disguise

Regarding your column on The Mercury News and East Bay Times websites on Feb. 26, 2022, “Siblings are amazed by how region’s prices can...

War has brought the world to the brink of a food crisis

Record high natural gas prices have forced the company he runs, fertilizer producer Yara International, to curtail its production of ammonia and urea in...