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Arcade Fire replace The Killers at Neil Young benefit

Arcade Fire replace The Killers at Neil Young benefit

ARCADE FIRE STEPS IN: The band will be a part of Neil Young's annual Bridge School Benefit. Photo: WENN

Arcade Fire have stepped in to replace The Killers at Neil Young’s annual Bridge School Benefit concert next week.

The “Human” hitmakers pulled out of their performance at the charity gig amid unconfirmed reports suggesting bassist Mark Stoermer has quit the group.

Arcade Fire will join a line-up that includes Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Tom Waits, Queens of the Stone Age, Jack Johnson and Elvis Costello.

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