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.