12.12.12. Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert Preview

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 than someone could see in a lifetime.

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