Veteran rocker Neil Young took to the stage with acts including Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons and Beck at his 25th annual Bridge School Benefit show in California over the weekend (22-23Oct11).
The two-day bash at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California was held to raise money for Bridge School, which was set up by Young and his wife to help children with severe physical impairments.
During the shows, Young thrilled the crowds by appearing on stage with a number of the acts, which also included Nora Jones and Dave Matthews.
Pearl Jam star Eddie Vedder played with Beck and joined Arcade Fire's Regine Chassagne for a duet on ukulele standard Tonight You Belong to Me.
The Sunday (23Oct11) show saw performances from stars including Foo Fighters and Tony Bennett.
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