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Neil Young Goes After the NRA in Political Video for 'Ohio'

Neil Young Goes After the NRA in Political Video for 'Ohio'

Now the news has finally been confirmed.

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He said: "Today we see what we have become".

Though Hannah and Young have been together since 2014, it was reported by several media outlets in August, that the long-time couple had secretly tied the knot.

Young added, "Today's students are fearless, demanding change in violent times".

He said he was releasing the live version to support student calls for "common sense gun laws" in the U.S. and urged fans to vote in the American mid-term elections on 6 November.

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"My wife Daryl and I put this video together for you to reflect on".

The issue of gun ownership has become one of the most contentious in USA politics with conservatives adamantly opposed to any limitations on their constitutional rights to own firearms.

Page Six reported that Young intentionally planned a time when the moon would be almost full so he could serenade her with "Harvest Moon". Joni Mitchell and Stephen Stills were among the 100 invited guests. Guests were reportedly asked to keep the nuptials under wraps and not let any local hotels know why they were there; they were also asked to leave their phones and cameras at their hotel, per Page Six.

On Wednesday, Young was anything but cryptic, but he was political when he confirmed marriage by calling Hannah his "wife" on his official website.

The 57-year-old actor has been dating the 72-year-old musician for four years, following Young's split from his wife Pegi Young, whom he had been married to for 36 years. "What matters is us, not the press".