Neil Young drafts Wilco, DCFC, more for Bridge School
Reaffirming that Neil Young really does have a "Heart of Gold," the venerable singer/songwriter will once again headline the 2008 Bridge School Benefit concert, in honor of the California school he co-founded to provide assistance for children with severe physical and speech impairments.
Young co-founded the Bridge School in Mountain View, Calif. in 1986, and with the exception of 1987, has organized a benefit concert each year. Over the years, everyone from Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Pearl Jam and the Dave Matthews Band have graced the Shoreline Amphitheater stage. Proceeds from predominantly acoustic show will support the school, but details as ticket prices and the final line-up have yet to be revealed.
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