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Young & Stills at Light Up the Blues

Neil Young at Light Up The BluesNeil Young and Steven Stills performed “BlueBird” together at the Light Up the Blues concert Saturday night that benefits Autism Speaks.

The concert was held at the historic Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, Clif.  hosted by Kristen and Stephen Stills.  They have a son with autism who has become a highly-talented filmmaker.

Chris Stills says his brother is his main inspiration and why he became a producer of the concert.

Jack Black was the emcee for the annual event’s third year in raising awareness and money for the cause.

Also joining the jam were talented artists with autism, such as Nick Guzman.

Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Don Felder, Shawn Colvin, Steve Earle, The White Buffalo and Chris Stills team up for the 3rd Light Up the Blues Concert to benefit Autism Speaks!

 

 

 The evening celebrated Autism Awareness month.
 According to Tom Hambleton at Sugarmountain.org the song line up is as follows:
Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California, USA
Light Up The Blues Benefit
Neil Young & Stephen Stills
 
1. Long May You Run          (acoustic guitar)
2. Human Highway          acoustic guitar)
3. I Don’t Know          (acoustic guitar)
4. Virtual Here & Now          (electric guitar) [new Stills song]
5. Don’t Want Lies          (electric guitar)
6. For What It’s Worth          (electric guitar)
7. Bluebird          (electric guitar)
8. Mr. Soul          (electric guitar)
9. Rockin’ In The Free World          (electric guitar)
 
 
Neil Young & Stephen Stills together for all songs playing with a house band that including Doug Pettibone. 
Rockin’ In The Free World included Shawn Colvin, Steve Earle, Chris Stills and others.

 

Random Quote

The songs just happened. First thing in the morning, I\'d pick up a guitar, play two or three chords and go, \"That\'s the blueprint. That\'s what my soul told me, so that\'s what it is.\"
Then I\'d go to the studio. I would write the words, without guitar, in my car. I\'d keep stopping on the way -- write two verses, go a hundred yards, stop, write some more. I kept moving, and writing, until I got to the studio.
Whatever I had then, that was the song. \"Devil\'s Sidewalk\" -- the recording is the first time I sang it, the first time the band had ever heard it.

by Neil Young, Rolling Stone Interview, 4 Sept 2003.

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