Rebels With A Cause

Rock luminaries line up for old man Young's legendary annual benefit concerts for severely handicapped children

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Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, California

SATURDAY & SUNDAY OCTOBER 26 & 27 2002

“All these great guests come down here to play for us… blows my mind, I can tell you,” Neil cackles beneath the brim of his straw Stetson. “Some people say that happened a long time ago… Heheheh… Just so long as it still blows, that’s OK.”

For 16 years, guests have been gathering at the Bridge School benefits to blow old Neil’s mind. At his behest they perform, as Foo Fighter Dave Grohl puts it, “mostly acoustical” out here at The Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View, near San Jos

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