The Warm & Loving Memories of Bridge 2010
We've spent a considerable amount of blogging on trying to convey what we experienced at the 2010 Bridge School Benefit Concerts.
Probably nothing really captures the spirit of the Bridge Concerts than this tribute video to the late Larry "L.A." Johnson (1947 - 2010), Neil Young's long time film maker and producer.
Remembering Bridge School board member and friend Larry L.A. Johnson. (silent)
While the above YouTube version is silent, during the concerts the video was accompanied by "Dancing in the Streets" during which Neil & Pegi Young danced about the stage. It was the Young's tribute and celebration of L.A.'s impact on the Bridge School legacy.
Neil and Pegi Dancing in the Streets for L.A.
And while there was a celebration of L.A. Johnson's passing, there was more of a somber tone of the late Ben Keith (1937 - 2010), Neil Young's long time band mate and dear friend. Ben is included in the tribute to the artists who have donated their time and talents to perform at the Bridge School Benefit Concerts for the past 24 years.
"One Of These Days" - Bridge School Benefit Concert 2010
Photo by John Green - San Jose Mercury/Bay Area News Group
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