Neil Young is doing "fireside sessions" while we're all self-isolating (and Neil is not touring), where he performs solo acoustic from his Colorado home, and he's just shared the second one, which was shot outside by his wife, Daryl Hannah, during a gentle snow shower. "Hope you're all doing well out there, everybody," Neil said after playing his first number, a cover of Ian & Sylvia’s "Four Strong Winds." After footage of Hannah making snow angels, Neil moves inside and to his piano for "Birds," then puts a few logs on the fire and moves to the sink for a handwashing tutorial or, as he calls it, "a soap opera." Switching to guitar, he also plays “On The Beach," apropos rarity "Homefires," "Words" (from Harvest) and wraps it up with “Love And Only Love" from Ragged Glory.

Watch the 30-minute performance at the Neil Young Archives.