Neil Young has signed a new, multi-album deal with Reprise, which will kick in with the Sept. 27 release of his latest studio set, “Prairie Wind.” Young recorded for Reprise from 1969 to 1983 and returned to the label in 1988 after a wildly experimental five-album stint on Geffen.
As previously reported, a major facet of the new deal will be a long-awaited series of archival releases from Young. According to Reprise, the series, which will get underway next year, will feature previously unreleased studio recordings and rarities as well as live material.
“I look forward to continuing my partnership with Reprise,” Young said in a statement. “We’ve been through a lot together over the years. When you’re with a company that long, it’s like a family.
On Thursday and Friday (Aug. 18-19), Young will perform at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium as part of a concert film directed by Jonathan Demme. The as-yet-untitled project will hit theaters next year via Paramount.