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Neil Young and Arcade Fire
Play 'Helpless' at Bridge School Benefit
Andy Greene

It's hard to pick out a single highlight from this year's incredible Bridge School Benefit, but it may be this performance of "Helpless" by Neil Young and Arcade Fire. They are certainly two of the greatest musical acts to ever emerge from Canada, and they harmonized beautifully on this 1970 Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young classic about their native land. 

It was a very busy night for Neil Young. In addition to his own headlining set, he performed "Pocahontas" with Beck, "Dance, Dance, Dance" with Mumford & Sons, and "The Banjo Song" with Dave Matthews. 


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