Pro-Shot Video: Metallica Performs With Neil Young At 2016 Bridge School Benefit Concert

By Andy Kahn Nov 12, 2016 7:47 am PST

Metal icons Metallica were among the performers on the bill at the 30th annual Bridge School Benefit concerts hosted by Neil Young at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. The group has shared official footage of their rehearsal and highlights of their performances from October 22 and 23, including a sit-in by Young.

Metallica’s set on the opening night featured several acoustic debuts and the bust out of ”Bleeding Me” for the first time since 2011. That night they also debuted a cover of The Clash’s “Clampdown” and a rendition of “Mr. Soul” by Buffalo Springfield with Young joining-in on the set closer. They reprised those songs the following night and have shared official pro-shot video from both appearances.

Watch rehearsal footage and “Enter Sandman” from October 22 and “Mr. Soul,” “Clampdown” and “Bleeding Me” captured on October 23 here:


[Mr. Soul]


[Bleeding Me]

[Enter Sandman]

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