Neil Young plays ‘Till The Morning Comes’ for the first time at French billionaire’s private gig

Performance took place in Paris this week

Neil Young performed his 1970 track ‘Till The Morning Comes’ live for the first time during a show in Paris earlier this week.

Young played a private concert for French billionaire Édouard Carmignac at the Théatre Mogador on Monday (January 25), with the veteran singer-songwriter offering up a rare rendition of the ‘After The Gold Rush’ album cut.

He followed the performance with ‘Creeple Creek Ferry’, another song he has rarely played live. Stereogum reports that Young has only performed the latter track three time prior.

Watch footage from the show beneath.

Neil Young recently played two other songs from his back catalogue for the first time in 40 years: ‘Vampire Blues’ and ‘LA’.

‘Vampire Blues’ was originally featured on Young’s 1974 ‘On The Beach’ with ‘LA’ arriving a year earlier on live album ‘Time Fades Away’.

Young released his 36th album ‘The Monsanto Years’ in June of last year, a collaboration with Willie Nelson’s sons and their band Promise of the Real.