Video: Watch Neil Young at First Night of ‘Honour the Treaties’ Tour – Jan. 12, 2014

Neil Young at Massey Hall. Photo via Global News.

Last night, (January 12, 2014), Neil Young began his “Honour the Treaties” tour at Massey Hall in Toronto.

Here’s the set list.

Here’s a video of Neil Young at a press conference on January 12, 2014 talking about why he is supporting the First Nations communities with his tour of Canada:

Below are the clips I’ve found thus far from Massey Hall. If you find more, please let me know.

Meanwhile, enjoy.

“Old Man”:

“Ohio”:

“Southern Man”:

“Pocahontas”:

“Pocahontas” (another clip):

“Heart Of Gold”:

“Heart Of Gold” (another clip):

Compilation including “Helpless,” “Comes A Time,” “Heart Of Gold,” “Ohio,” and “After The Gold Rush.”

(Also check my posts with videos from the Carnegie Hall shows. Watch the January 6 show here, the January 7 show here) the January 9 show here and the January 10 show here.

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