Neil Young Announces 'Fireside Sessions' Streaming Concert Series

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"Goin' home..." and staying home. Neil Young has decided to bring the show to his own home.

In the latest post to his Neil Young Archives site, the Godfather of Grunge announced his plans to live stream.

“Because we are all at home and not venturing out, we will try to do a stream from my fireplace with my lovely wife filming. It will be a down-home production, a few songs, a little time together,” he shared. “We will soon be announcing the first one right here at NYA in the Times-Contrarian and on the Hearse Theater schedule, as well as social media except Facebook. As we have previously announced, we are dropping Facebook very, very soon, so if you rely on FB to contact us, prepare for a change.”

Young’s wife, Daryl Hannah, will support as camerawoman for the streams. Dates for the fireside sessions have yet to be announced. 

Young will also be performing online tonight for a Bernie Sanders digital rally. 

READ MORE: Neil Young to Play Bernie Sanders Digital Rally

Prior to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the rock guitarist also outlined his intentions to tour old arenas for a Barn Tour.

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