Neil Young is partnering up with SiriusXM to launch his own radio channel for a limited run.

“Neil Young Radio” is curated personally by the artist featuring not only music from the Rock Hall of Fame inductee, but from his inspirations too.

Listeners can hear work from his early inspirations of Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Promise of the Real to his collaborations with artist Crazy Horse.

Neil Young Radio – Photo: CNW Group/Sirius XM Canada Inc
Neil Young Radio – Photo: CNW Group/Sirius XM Canada Inc

The channel also features commentary from Young with insight into his song writing and personal stories from the industry – including the making of his new album Barn.

“Sharing these stories with SiriusXM will be a lot of fun,” said Young.  “We had such a great time in the Barn.”

An exclusive interview between the singer and SiriusXM host David Fricke “Becoming with Neil Young” is also scheduled for the channel.

“Neil Young Radio” is now available on the SiriusXM app until Jan. 5 and available on satellite until Dec. 13.

The radio show may be one of the few ways to hear the artist live currently, as Young previously shared he doesn’t feel comfortable touring at the moment.

The singer spoke to Rolling Stone about the presidential election, and performing during a pandemic.

Concerts are being scheduled again, with vaccine passports and negative COVID-19 tests required at the door. But Young isn’t sure when he will take to the road once more.

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“I don’t know. I’m not ready. I haven’t seen anything that makes me feel like going on,” he explained. “If you’ve got people being tested at the door and you have to have vaccination proof to enter the building and new viruses are coming up… What are we talking about? Why don’t we just stop trying to do all this s**t and just let it go until we get it straight and get it under control? It’s not under control.”

The artist theorized it’s a cultural issue and that people are trying to rush back to normalcy too quickly.

“We’re so used to getting everything we want when we want it. It’s a service and please industry and a way of life,” Young said. “In my opinion, we have to step back and try to unite and do something together as a race of people. All of us, the human race. We just need to get together.”

At this time, the 76-year-old singer just can’t see himself going out to perform.

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“So going out and playing… I can’t imagine a shot of myself on TV or something grooving away with the band and a big crowd and everything, that’s all wrong. It’s not the right time for it. We don’t know where we are or what we’re doing. A lot of people can go home and get their kids sick. It’s just not right yet.”

Young later discussed his first time voting in the 2020 presidential election as an American citizen.

“It was great to vote for Joe Biden because he’s somebody you can respect as a human being [who’s] good for the country… So I enjoyed being able to vote for him.”

But not everyone was so happy with his decision.

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“Strangely enough, I was driving down the road the other day in my bus, some town. And we pulled over and a little black car came out in front of us,” he recalled. “And it had ‘F**k Biden and f**k all you people who voted for him!’ written on it on the back window. Such a terrible vibe.”

The singer re-emphasized his belief in humanity coming together.

“The idea is to try to respect other people’s opinions, I think. And even if you don’t agree with them, they’re Americans… That’s not positive. Nothing good could come out of that.”

Barn is set for release on Dec. 10.

A short film of the same name directed by Young’s wife Daryl Hannah will be released separately.

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