DEAD MAN composer Neil Young undergoes surgery for brain aneurysm

Neil Young, who composed the haunting score for DEAD MAN, has undergone surgery for “a dangerous brain aneurysm,” his publicist Jim Merlis told the Associated Press. Young had surgery on Tuesday and will remain hospitalized at New York’s Weill Cornell Medical Center through the weekend, at least. Young’s doctors do expect him to make a full recovery. That’s very good news, since brain aneurysms are potentially deadly.

Young first realized he had a problem when he attended the March 14th induction ceremony at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, and his vision became blurry.

Due to his recent surgery, Neil Young will not be able to perform at Canada’s Juno awards in Winnipeg on Sunday night. He issued an apology to the organizers and the fans for missing his engagement. No worries, Neil–just get well soon! The Zone wishes Neil Young a speedy and complete recovery.

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