Some of the world's biggest music stars have performed at a concert in New York to raise money for victims of super-storm Sandy.
Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi and the Rolling Stones joined with actors and comedians in headlining a benefit concert on Wednesday (December 12) for victims of Superstorm Sandy, which six weeks ago devastated scores of communities along the coastline of the U.S. northeast coastline.
Tonight, a concert to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy will be held. What makes this benefit concert different from previous concerts of the type is that this one will be held online. It's a great way to help those in need while getting to see more performers in one place ...
In putting together Wednesday night's "12-12-12" concert benefiting Sandy relief efforts, a trio of heavy-hitting producers reached out to some of rock's biggest stars and Hollywood's blockbuster names. Pia Catton has details on Lunch Break. Photo: AP.
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There are many ways that you can help with disaster relief in the wake of superstorm Sandy. Below are several ways to donate to the relief effort: The American Red Cross Online donation: Click here Donate by Phone or Mail Call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767), or print a donation form that ...
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