Bridge School Benefit Highlights: Neil Young + Metallica Cover Buffalo Springfield, Roger Waters Plays Pink Floyd, More (Video)

Rock Cellar Magazine

Over the weekend, the annual Bridge School Benefit concert took place at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.
As is always the case, the multi-day festivities featured amazing sets from living legends such as Neil Young, Roger Waters, Willie Nelson and Metallica — and it was Young and ‘Tallica who teamed up for a fun rendition of Buffalo Springfield’s “Mr. Soul.”
Watch their performance below:

Below, enjoy some other fan-shot highlights from the concert. First, here’s Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds:

And here’s Young, Metallica, Roger Waters and Norah Jones doing some jamming (after the “Mr. Soul” performance which starts the clip):

Waters played Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here” with the help of My Morning Jacket and G.E. Smith, too:

Looks like another fantastic installment in the wonderful legacy of the Bridge School Benefit, curated each year by Neil and Pegi Young.


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