It appears that one of the rock world's great love stories may be coming to an end. As first reported at RollingStone.com, Neil Young recently filed for divorce from his wife, Pegi, after 36 years of marriage.
The folk-rock legend filed a petition to dissolve the marriage on July 29 in the San Mateo County Superior Court in Redwood City, California. A hearing on the matter has been scheduled for December 12.
Neil and Pegi have collaborated on numerous musical projects over the years. Pegi began singing backing vocals for her husband beginning in the 1990s and lent her talents to many of his recent albums. Neil, in turn, contributed to all three of his wife's solo records, which were released, respectively, in 2007, 2010 and 2011. He also joined her onstage at some of her concerts.
The couple have two children together -- a son named Ben and a daughter named Amber Jean. Ben Young suffers from cerebral palsy, as does his older half-brother, Zeke Young, who's mother was late actress Carrie Snodgress. In attempt to provide an educational situation better suited to Ben's needs, Pegi co-founded the Bridge School in 1986. Since that year, she and Neil have organized the annual Bridge School Benefit Concert, a star-studded show that raises funds for the facility and that takes place each October in Mountain View, California.
Neil Young's rep did not respond to ABC News Radio's request for a comment regarding the reported impending divorce.
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