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NBC Will Hold a Benefit Concert for Sandy Victims This Friday

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In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, NBC and NJ-born musical articsts will join forces to hold a benefit concert to help the storm’s victims, reports the Associated Press.

NJ-natives Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi are scheduled to appear at the concert, along with Billy Joel, Sting, and Christina Aguilera. The benefit will be hosted by Today show co-host Matt Lauer.

The concert will benefit the American Red Cross and will air on NBC and its cable stations including Bravo, CNBC, USA, MSNBC, and E! Other networks are invited to join.

Hurrican Sandy: Coming Together will air at 8 p.m. EDT and will be tape-delayed on the West Coast. It will be broadcasted from Rockefeller Center in NYC.

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  • Terry Huffman

    I am one of those unfortunate people who live downtown and have no power, water, cell or land phone lines, internet, etc. I am at work now in the Rockefeller Center Area. Will the concert be re-broadcast so we can view when our power returns? Will there be any studio audience during the broadcast? After a 5 days of HELL, it would be a wonderful treat to be able to see the concert! Is there anything I can do to help?

    My thoughts go out to all those who are in much worse shape than I am – We take so much for granted – I know I shouldn’t be so upset about the inconvenience of MY situation, when there is so much devastation around!

    Stay safe!

    Terry