The past month has seen numerous artists taking the stage to do what they do best to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Last night, it was Neil Young’s turn to join the cause and he brought his band Crazy Horse along with him. They were in Atlantic City’s Borgata Casino, taking up shop in the 5,000-capacity Event Center that was filled to the brim.
But before the Canadian rocker and his band of misfits took the stage, Young had a pair of opening acts that set the evening up right.
Everest started the show out, playing a bunch of songs from their latest album “On Approach.”
Following up the young-and-upcomers was the legendary Trey Anastasio from Phish. Anastasio played an all-acoustic set featuring Phish staples “Wolfman’s Brother,” “Back On the Train” and “Chalkdust Torture.”