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Live at the 2012 Voodoo Fest

Neil Young, Metallica, Toots and the Maytals and more hit City Park in New Orleans for the annual festival

Voodoo Experience

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Cool, crisp weather didn't deter those getting a jump on Halloween, along with fans of Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Metallica, Justice and more, from coming to City Park in New Orleans for this year's Voodoo Experience.

Captions by: Alex Rawls

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Tangiers Blues Band

King from the Tangiers Blues Band let down his hair to sing a roadhouse blues cover of The Beastie Boys' "Fight for Your Right to Party" with rock photographer Danny Clinch on harmonica during the set Sunday on the Preservation Hall Stage.

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Lost Bayou Ramblers

Tao Rodriguez-Seeger, grandson of Pete Seeger, strapped on a gold Les Paul to join Louisiana's Lost Bayou Ramblers in a Cajun-rock version of The Who's "My Generation," sung in French.

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The Givers and Preservation Hall Jazz Band

GIVERS' Tiffany Lamson and The Preservation Hall Jazz Band drummer Joseph Lastie Jr. shared a percussion rig when they joined The Lost Bayou Ramblers Sunday at The Voodoo Experience.

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Vintage Trouble

Ty Taylor led the sharp-dressed R&B and soul band Vintage Trouble through a high energy set Sunday to open the Voodoo main stage.

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