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Friday, December 10, 2010

Photos: Neil Young, Will.I.am, Joanna Newsom, and Stevie Wonder Hung Out in S.F. This Week

Posted By on Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 4:32 PM

click to enlarge Neil Young.
  • Neil Young.
We missed Neil Young's benefit show for the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital at Nob Hill Masonic Center Wednesday night, which was too bad: Among others, Stevie Wonder, Will.I.am, Joe Montana, Colin Powell, and, of course, performers Neil Young and Joanna Newsom showed up. The event raised about $3 million for a new, 183-bed children's hospital at Mission Bay. What follows is photographic evidence of the star-studded nature of that evening -- save for Joe Montana, whose presence you'll just have to trust us on. But, still: Stevie Wonder and Neil Young in one place. Whoa.

click to enlarge Marc Benioff and Stevie Wonder
  • Marc Benioff and Stevie Wonder

click to enlarge Will.I.am
  • Will.I.am
click to enlarge Joanna Newsom, who played before Neil Young
  • Joanna Newsom, who played before Neil Young
click to enlarge Neil Young
  • Neil Young
click to enlarge Neil Young
  • Neil Young
click to enlarge Joanna Newsom
  • Joanna Newsom
click to enlarge Marc Benioff and Neil Young
  • Marc Benioff and Neil Young
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