GUNS N' ROSES' performance at Neil Young's 26th annual Bridge School benefit concert on October 20 at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California will be broadcast live via the Internet for the low donation price of $10. All proceeds go directly to the Bridge School. Also scheduled to appear are Young and his band CRAZY HORSE, Jack White, THE FLAMING LIPS, Sarah McLachlan, FOSTER THE PEOPLE, Lucinda Williams, Steve Martin and the STEEP CANYON RANGERS, K.D. Lang and SISS BOOM BANG, and Gary Clark Jr. The webcast is set to start at 4 p.m. PST and will run until approximately midnight PST.
The Bridge School, which was co-founded by Young's wife Pegi, works to help people with physical and speech impairments through alternate methods of communication, including music therapy. Each year, Young, who has two handicapped sons, gathers a cross-section of performers to perform acoustically to benefit the school.
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