Neil Young is set to reunite with Crazy Horse for the first time in four years, performing two unrehearsed shows on May 1 and 2.
Young recently performed with former colleague Stephen Stills at a benefit event and announced the new shows on his website.
“Fresno. May 1 and 2. First time in a long time, live on stage. No rehearsal,” the statement read.
Nils Lofgren tweeted that he would be performing alongside Young and Crazy Horse at these shows.
The band's last studio project together was 2012’s Psychedelic Pill.
Sampedro said in 2013 that he feared that year’s tour might be their last with Young. “I just think once it stops, it's going to be kind of hard to get it rolling again," he said. "My gut tells me this is really the last tour. I hate saying their ages, but I'm 64 and I'm the baby of the band. I love playing, and we're playing as good as we ever did, but at any time something could go down with any one of us."
Source: Ultimate Classic Rock