Neil Young announced on Tuesday the creation of a new digital concert series, Fireside Sessions, which will take place live from Young’s very own home.

Announced via Neil Young Archives, Young prefaced the statement by acknowledging the fact that many people are self-quarantining and forbidden by the state to gather en masse due to the spread of the novel coronavirus, factors that also led Young to postpone selling tickets to his upcoming BARN Tour with Crazy Horse.

Like so many people in the music industry, however, Young is making lemonade as he will provide fans with some homespun entertainment, “It will be a down-home production, a few songs, a little time together,” Young promised. He also gave off a very DIY tone for the sessions, as he noted his “lovely wife”, actress Daryl Hannah, will film the performance.

Young said that they will soon be announcing the first Fireside Session on NYA, along with their social media, except Facebook. Then, like many posts on Neil Young Archives, this one devolved into a vague rant, this one about Facebook. Neil Young reminded his readers that NYA will soon be deactivating its Facebook page and that fans who rely on that account for updates should be prepared for the change coming.

Young recently announced that he will perform at a digital campaign rally for Bernie Sanders, along with Jim JamesThe Free Nationals, and his wife on Tuesday, March 17th. In addition to the aforementioned postponed tour, the Fireside Sessions and digital campaign rally only compound Young’s recent reclusiveness, as the folk-rock landmark hasn’t performed publicly since Farm Aid at Alpine Valley in East Troy, WI on September 21st, 2019. Since then, Young has busied himself with the Neil Young Archives as he prepares several archival projects, including concert DVDs and albums, for release. Visit the Neil Young Archives for up-to-date information on all of Young’s endeavors.

Young also attached this picture of the fireplace in question.