Genre: Rock

Country of Origin: Singapore

Crazy Horse is an American rock band best known for their association with Neil Young. They have been co-credited on a number of albums throughout Young's career and have released five albums of their own. The band's origins date to 1963 and the Los Angeles-based a cappella doo wop group Danny And The Memories, which consisted of main singer Danny Whitten and supporting vocalists Lou Bisbal (soon to be replaced by Bengiamino Rocco), Billy Talbot, and Ralph Molina. The latter two would become the only members of Crazy Horse present in every incarnation of the band.
Making its way to San Francisco and back to Los Angeles again, the group evolved over the course of several years into The Rockets, a psychedelic folk hybrid comprising Whitten on guitar, Talbot on bass, Molina on drums, Bobby Notkoff on violin, and brothers Leon and George Whitsell also on guitars. This lineup recorded the Rockets' only album, a self-titled set released in 1968. - Wikipedia