Neil Young and Crazy Horse have reunited for their first show since 2014.
Last night (May 1), the band gathered at Fresno, California’s Warnors Theatre for a completely unrehearsed gig.
It was the first of a three-night stint Young said “will be the beginning of another beautiful chapter” in the band’s nearly 50 year history. Watch the videos of the performance below and the full set list from the show below that.
Big Time (first time since 2001)
Don’t Cry No Tears
Winterlong (Neil Young cover)
World on a String (Neil Young cover)
Scattered (Let’s Think About Livin’) (first time since 1996)
Too Far Gone (Neil Young cover)
Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Neil Young cover)
Cortez the Killer
Walk On (Neil Young cover)
Like a Hurricane (Neil Young cover)
Mansion on the Hill
Roll Another Number (For the Road) (Neil Young cover)
Young was recently asked about the future of Crazy Horse. “Well, we have an incredible album that’s in the can that’s a recent album. Alchemy. Then we have a 2001 album, Toast. We have a 1969/70 album, early days, which is a lot of stuff nobody’s heard,” he said.
The video sees Young and Promise of the Real perform the track in a tent as characters from the Paradox film drift in and out of frame. It’s directed by Paradox director Daryl Hannah.
Young stars in Paradox,with Willie Nelson and his sons Lukas and Micah also appearing. Promise of The Real also make an appearance in the movie.