The couple reportedly tied the knot in a small, private ceremony in California in August, but neither the rocker nor his bride have opened up about the story - until now.
Young finally revealed all in a message on his Archives website on Wednesday, October 31, while talking about his Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young song Ohio, which was written following the deaths of four Kent State University anti-Vietnam protesters at the hands of National Guard soldiers in 1970.
"It was a pivotal moment in our history," Neil writes. "It was a pivotal moment for me. Today we see what we have become. With no real laws protecting us from guns, and with politicians supporting the NRA (National Rifle Association) because the NRA supports them, we are not well represented. Today's students are brave, demanding change in violent times."
"We stand with them. They are us. We are them. This has been going on for far too long. My wife Daryl and I put this video together for you to reflect on. Support the students. Support our children. They want protection. Not more guns."
The note ends with a simple message: "VOTE."