Watch Bob Dylan and Neil Young perform together for the first time in 25 years

Bob Dylan and Neil Young closed their co-headlining show in Kilkenny, Ireland over the weekend with a joint rendition of Will The Circle Be Unbroken.

This marked the first time the two have performed together in 25 years, since a show at New York’s Roseland Ballroom in 1994.

Bob Dylan and Neil Young performed together for the first time in 25 years over the weekend, closing their headlining show at Kilkenny, Ireland with a joint rendition of Will The Circle Be Unbroken.

Bob Dylan used to play the traditional hymn throughout the beginning of his career and recorded a version of the hymn in 1967, which was released in 2014 on The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete. This show marked his first time performing the song since a Rolling Thunder Revue concert in 1976. Young has performed the song with Willie Nelson a few times in shows from 1995 til last year.

Check out the fan-shot footage of their duet here:

Though the Kilkenny show will be re-broadcast via the subscription service Neil Young Archives sometime later this week, Young announced on social media that the stream will not include their duet, writing we’ve decided to re-broadcast the Kilkenny show for you all on The Archives for 24 hours sometime this week. Stay tuned! Thanks for listening – NYA
( p.s. – it won’t include this song… this is just a little snippet from a cell phone, peace )”