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Norah Jones, Dave Matthews Go to Bridge School Benefit

Bright Eyes, Jerry Lee Lewis, Good Charlotte join Bridge School roster

September 23, 2005 12:00 AM ET

Norah Jones, Bright Eyes, Dave Matthews and Jerry Lee Lewis are among the performers for the nineteenth annual Bridge School Benefit concert on October 29th and 30th at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, near San Francisco.

Bridge School founder Neil Young will appear with CSN&Y bandmates David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash, while Emmylou Harris, Good Charlotte and Los Lobos are also scheduled to perform. More acts will be announced shortly.

Previous performers for the event include the Who, Pearl Jam, Paul McCartney, Beck and Bruce Springsteen. Tickets for this year's concert go on sale September 25th.

Young and his wife Pegi co-founded Bridge School, an educational program that assists children with severe physical disabilities and speech impairments, in 1986.

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