Neil Young led the Harvest Moon: a charity concert on Saturday at Lake Hughes, California, with Norah Jones and Father John Misty, a performance that benefited Bridge School and the Painted Turtle, a summer camp for critically ill children. His 14-song acoustic set included classics like "Old Man" and "Heart of Gold" as well as new compositions like "Rainbow of Colors" and "Eternity". However, the most notable moment came to an end when he played the ] Tonight's The Night sounded for the first time since 1977 "New Mama":
"All these places begin with children", he said before playing the song. "Children make it possible and families are slowly realizing how real it is and they realize they can not go anywhere. Then they find a place like this and a place like the Bridge School. That's why it's so important because it's just that these little kids and their eyes are watching you. "
Young wrote" New Mama "shortly after the birth of his son Zeke in September 1972. He played it throughout 1973 on his ] Time Fades Away and Tonight's The Night tours, but did not reappear until 1975 when he starred with Stephen Stills On August 12, 1977, when he joined David Crosby and Graham, Nash joined the United Farms Workers Benefit at the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium in Santa Cruz, California. Neil Young and Crazy Horse release the new Colorado Road album on October 25th, at least next year. Young's only appearances are Farm Aid on September 21 in East Troy, Wisconsin, and a warm-up show with Promise of the Real at Indianapolis, Indiana, two days earlier.