The funnyman has been donning a long wig and brown suede jacket to impersonate his music idol since 2010, when he teamed up with Bruce Springsteen to play an acoustic rock version of Willow Smith's pop hit Whip My Hair on his previous talk show, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
The Tv presenter has reprised his impression of Young again and again in recent years, even teaming up with David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash to become Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and on Tuesday, he got the chance to appear alongside the Heart of Gold singer himself when he was a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Fallon began the sketch dressed as Young, strumming on a guitar as he sang a rendition of Old Man, before the rocker walked out onstage in a similar outfit and guitar and took a seat beside the comedian to turn the performance into a duet.
Later on in the show, Young admitted he had had a blast taping the skit and revealed he had always been a fan of Fallon's impersonation.
He said, "I loved it; it was fun. I saw you doing me before and I always thought it was unbelievable."
Young, who is promoting his new Pono music player invention, also poked fun at his lack of Tv interviews over the years, quipping, "This is the most I've been on Tv, ever!"
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