Co-founder of Buffalo Springfield, Neil Young began his music career as a folk artist in Canada where he met Stephen Stills and Joni Mitchell. After the breakup of Buffalo Springfield he resumed his solo career that resulted in over thirty albums, venturing into genres other than the country rock flavors of his first efforts. Many of his records from the '80s strayed outside of his comfort-zone and featured electronic music, straight country, and rockabilly. He sporadically joined up with Crosby Stills & Nash, recording and touring with them. In the '90s Young enjoyed a resurgence in popularity, influencing the grunge movement with his feedback-laden songs and his collaborations with Pearl Jam and Phish.