This past weekend marked the 26th annual Bridge School Benefit Concert and Guns N’ Roses performed at the event, much to the chagrin of many attendees. While Guns N’ Roses’ set at the acoustic event isn’t getting much love overall, one highlight came when the man behind the festival, Neil Young, joined the band onstage.
The boys did Young’s “Don’t Let It Bring You Down” form 1970’s After the Gold Rush, and it fluctuated between powerful and painful (curiously lining up with Neil and Axl’s turns at the mic). Watch footage of that performance below and check out some other highlights from the event right here. [Stereogum]