INDIO, Calif. — In a year when music icons of a certain age have been leaving us by the increasingly depressing handful, it’s easy to get nostalgic — if not a little wistful — when the ones still here find cause to come together.

And come together they did: The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan on Friday night, Neil Young and Paul McCartney on Saturday with the Who and Roger Waters to close out Sunday (the lineup repeats next weekend).

“Desert Trip” it was called by the thousands who flocked to Coachella‘s Empire Polo Grounds home in Indio, alternately called “Oldchella” by many who did not. Read more…

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