For 25 years, Neil and Pegi Young have organized the annual Bridge School Benefit concerts, which features live acoustic performances by a ridiculously top-shelf lineup that has included Paul McCartney, the Who, R.E.M. Brian Wilson, David Bowie, Metallica, Fleet Foxes and too many others to name here, and it's all done to support the Bridge School, a nonprofit organization that's dedicated to educating children with severe speech and physical impairments through alternative communication systems.
The shows take place in Mountain View, Calif., every October at the Shoreline Amphitheatre, and on Mon., Oct 24, the Midtown Art Cinema is hosting a 7 p.m. screening of the Bridge School Benefit concerts 25th anniversary film, which coincides with the release of a 3xDVD / 2xCD set that documents the benefit’s legacy.
We have 1 pair of tickets to give away to the screening at the Midtown Arts Cinema to first person who correctly answers the following question. In 1988, the Professional Hockey Writers' Association awarded Neil Young’s father Scott Young what award?
Leave your answer in the comments section of this post and the tickets are yours. Thank you for reading, and good luck.
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