Neil Young released the music video for "Who's Gonna Stand Up" today. The entire video features clips from last month's Harvest The Hope concert outside of Neligh, along with scenes from the community.
"Our hero Neil Young has teamed up with Bold Nebraska to release a powerful music video, of his song "Who's Gonna Stand Up" from the Harvest the Hope concert in Nebraska last month, to help spur voters to put their Pipeline Fighter spirit into action when they head to the voting booth on Nov. 4," Jane Kleeb of Bold Nebraska said.
Scenes in the video show the concert, a private ceremony between the Ponca tribe and the artists, footage of Neligh and much more.
The video features members of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance and the 8,000-plus crowd who gathered at the Tanderup farm near Neligh on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route and Ponca "Trail of Tears" to hear Neil Young and Willie Nelson.
"The Keystone XL pipeline is a large step in the wrong direction for the health of Earth," Neil Young said at the Harvest the Hope concert. "America must lead the world again and stop this pipeline."
The concert served as a benefit for Bold Nebraska and the Cowboy and Indian Alliance.
Photos From The Concert
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