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Buffalo Springfield set for one-off reunion


 

Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young will reunite his 60s-era band for a one-off benefit concert in California next month. The show, which will feature fellow Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young alumnus Stephen Stills, as well as Richie Furay, will benefit the Bridge School, which caters to kids with serious disabilities (two of Young’s children have cerebral palsy).

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  1. man, it would be cool to still be on the west coast again. for those somewhat inclined the rest of the lineup is pretty enticing: Scheduled performers include: Buffalo Springfield, Pearl Jam, Elvis Costello (Solo Day 1 only), Merle Haggard & Kris Kristofferson, Modest Mouse, Grizzly Bear, Lucinda Williams (Day 1 only), Billy Idol (Day 1 only), Jackson Browne & David Lindley (Day 1 only), and T-Bone Burnett's Speaking Clock Revue featuring: Elton John, Leon Russell, Elvis Costello, Ralph Stanley, Neko Case, & Jeff Bridges (Day 2 Only).

    the timing unfortunately does not coincide as well as it has in the past with hardly strictly bluegrass (unless one has some holiday time saved up!), an annualy awesome free three day concert in San Fran's golden gate park: http://www.strictlybluegrass.com/ I went a few years ago when they were on the same weekend.