Neil Young, My Morning Jacket & Roger Waters Cover Bob Dylan's 'Forever Young' at Bridge School Benefit: Watch

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Neil Young performs on stage at the Beale Street Music Festival on April 29, 2016 in Memphis, Tenn.

Roger Waters capped his Saturday (Oct. 22) set at the Bridge School Benefit concert with an all-star cover of Bob Dylan's "Forever Young." As part of the former Pink Floyd singer/songwriter's set at the annual acoustic benefit show organized by Neil Young and Pegi Young, Waters teamed with his pals in My Morning Jacket (who backed him at the 2015 Newport Folk Festival) and Young for the nearly seven-minute tip of the hat to the recently crowned Nobel Prize in Literature winner.

Watch the performance below:

This year's roster for the fall tradition at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, also featured unplugged sets by Metallica, My Morning Jacket, Norah Jones, Cage the ElephantDave MatthewsWillie Nelson and case/lang/veirs. The Bridge School Benefit Concerts raise money for the Bridge School nonprofit organization, which helps children with severe speech and physical impairments. Pegi Young helped found the school in 1987 with money raised from the first concert in 1986, after she was unable to find a suitable school placement for her son with Neil Young who is non-verbal and suffers from cerebral palsy. 


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