Watch Neil Young, Roger Waters and My Morning Jacket cover Bob Dylan

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Neil Young, Roger Waters and My Morning Jacket performed a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young” at this year’s Bridge School Benefit concert on Saturday night [Oct 22].

Waters had previously played with My Morning Jacket at the 2015 Newport Folk Festival, where they also closed their set with the Dylan cover, reports Rolling Stone. This time, they were joined by Young.

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Young also performed with Metallica on the same night, joining them for a cover of Buffalo Springfield’s “Mr Soul”, which you can watch below. Metallica also covered The Clash’s “Clampdown” during their set.

Young also sat in with Nils Lofgren (“Believe”), My Morning Jacket (“Helpless”) and Norah Jones (“Don’t Be Denied” before performed with Promise of The Real at the benefit.
They played:

Peace Trail
Human Highway
Indian Givers
Texas Rangers
Western Hero
John Oaks
Piece Of Crap
Are There Any More Real Cowboys?
On The Road Again
Rockin’ In The Free World

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