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Neil Young: The Bridge School Benefit Concerts [Arcade Fire Collab]

For 25 years, legendary folk singer/songwriter Neil Young has been curating benefit festivals for California’s Bridge School – a school for children with special needs. This year, he delivered an impressive line-up of indie rock musicians from around the world.

Highlight: Neil joining  The Arcade Fire onstage to perform a big-band rendition of his 1969 track, ‘Helpless’.

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In celebration of the long running benefit, Reprise Records have released The Bridge School Benefit Concerts – 25th Anniversary Edition. This consists of a three-DVD set featuring performances from David BowieBob DylanBruce SpringsteenSimon and GarfunkelPearl Jam and of course, Neil Young. There is also a two-CD collection which includes contributions from Thom YorkeSonic YouthDave MatthewsWillie Nelson plus many others. Purchase your own copy over at Neil’s webstore.

Before you head over though, check out the trailer for the benefit:

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