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Young contributed the songs "On the Way Home" and "I Am a Child", singing lead on the latter.In 1997, the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Young did not appear at the ceremony.Young's first stable band was the Squires, with Ken Koblun, Jeff Wuckert and Bill Edmondson on drums, who had a local hit called "The Sultan".The band played in Fort William (now part of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario), where they recorded a series of demos produced by a local producer, Ray Dee, who Young called "the original Briggs". In 1966, while in Toronto, he joined the Rick James-fronted Mynah Birds.Distrust of their management, as well as the arrest and deportation of Palmer, worsened the already strained relations among the group members and led to Buffalo Springfield's demise.
Young's parents married in 1940 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and their first son, Robert "Bob" Young, was born in 1942.During that period, Young briefly attended Chisolm Elementary School in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. He had a transistor radio, white bucks, a nice sweater, black pants.In 1952, upon returning to Canada, Young moved from Omemee to Winnipeg for a year, before relocating to Toronto and Pickering. Very slick-lookin' guy." Young and his mother settled into the working-class area of Fort Rouge, Winnipeg, where the shy, dry-humoured youth enrolled at Earl Grey Junior High School.Known to rip up live set lists, Young often plays acoustic versions of songs in one show and electric versions in others.His gritty guitar work, especially with Crazy Horse, earned him the nickname "Godfather of Grunge" and led to his 1995 album Mirror Ball with Pearl Jam.