While we pointed you towards video of Guns N’ Roses’ Bridge School Benefit debut on Saturday at Shoreline, the band had a major change in their set for the second day of the two-day event. Towards the end of GN’R's set, lead singer Axl Rose stepped to the mic and introduced the benefit’s founder and host Neil Young to partake in a fantastic version of Neil’s 1970 classic Don’t Let It Bring You Down.
Axl and Neil shared vocals on Don’t Let It Bring You Down. At the end Rose told the crowd, “this is a song that always gave me some hope through the years and we asked Neil if we could do it.”
[Hat Tip - Greg McLoughlin]