This week on How I Got Here, Harry and Tim sit down with musician and activist Pegi Young as she promotes her new album "Raw," written and recorded in the wake of her divorce from the musician Neil Young. Pegi was a free spirit from a young age, leaving her childhood home in Northern California at 17 and setting off on a trip through Canada to Vermont, before returning to Northern California to live on a commune. Several years later, she met Neil, which sent her off on a new whirlwind journey, touring the country while balancing the rock n' roll lifestyle with raising three children. Pegi found a calling of sorts when, inspired by her son Ben, who was born with cerebral palsy, she founded The Bridge School, an educational foundation tailored towards helping children with physical and speech impairments. In 2007, Pegi launched a solo music career of her own, releasing several well-received albums, including the emotional new record "Raw."