LP Part of Forbes’ First-Ever Under 30 Summit With Under 30 Music Festival

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Forbes has announced  that LP, Afrojack, Wiz Khalifa, and OCD: Moosh And Twist will headline the Forbes Under 30 Music Festival, a presentation of Global Citizen Nights, on the evening of October 19, 2014 at the Piazza at Schmidt's in Philadelphia's Northern Liberties neighborhood. The festival will kick off the first-ever Under 30 Summit, a three-day gathering of 1,000 of America's most outstanding young entrepreneurs and leaders in Philadelphia.

Forbes is producing the concert in partnership with Global Citizen, the organization behind the annual Global Citizen Festival in New York's Central Park. A part of the Global Citizen campaign, Global Citizen Nights is a series of free-ticketed concerts that will bring major artists to intimate venues as part of the movement to end extreme poverty by 2030.

Warner Bros. Records recording artist and acclaimed songwriter / performer, LP is thrilled to be part of this event and enthused:  "I'm so stoked to play the Forbes Under 30 Music Fest!! Gonna be a great show for a great cause and somebody is definitely gonna get high!! Let's do this!!"

Starting today, music fans and activists can take "actions" to end extreme poverty atwww.globalcitizen.org/nights and use points to enter for the chance to win tickets.From sending a Tweet, to signing a petition or watching a related video, fans will learn about four of the key issues in the fight to end extreme poverty: water and sanitation, vaccines, Ebola and youth rights.

For more info and line-up information, click here!


Beating: Ume’s Lauren Lawson To Join Heart’s Nancy Wilson For Acoustic Performance; Billy Joe Armstrong & More To Perform!

Ume Photo: Ian Witlan

Ume's Lauren Larson will join Heart's Nancy Wilson for a special acoustic performance at the first annual "Acoustic-4-A-Cure" concert this Thursday, May 15th in San Francisco, CA benefiting the Pediatric Cancer Program at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.

 The star-studded lineup will include (in alphabetical order): Billie Joe Armstrong, Sammy Hagar, James Hetfield, Scott Mathews, Pat Monahan, Joe Satriani, Nancy Wilson, and more - performing acoustic sets - with some once in a lifetime duets and jam sessions expected. "Acoustic-4-A-Cure" was created by Rock & Roll Hall of Fame musician and Bay Area resident Sammy Hagar.

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Neil Young Set To Perform Four Benefit Shows In Canada January 2014!

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It was announced today that Neil Young will be performing 4 benefit concerts in Canada in January of 2014.

The concerts are to raise money for the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN)Legal Defense Fund.

Very Special Guest, Diana Krall will also perform on each of the dates. Tickets will go on sale Friday, December 13th.

The concert dates are:

Sun Jan 12 Toronto Massey Hall
Thur Jan 16 Winnipeg Centennial Concert Hall
Fri Jan 17 Regina Conexus Arts Centre
Sun Jan 19 Calgary Jack Singer Concert Hall

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Neil Young & Red Hot Chili Peppers To Perform At Benefit

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The Silverlake Conservatory of Music announced today that its founder, Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist Flea, and bandmate/front-man Anthony Kiedis will host a benefit for the school on Wednesday, October 30th in Silverlake, CA featuring special performances by Neil Young and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Proceeds from the evening will contribute to the Conservatory's goal of purchasing a permanent facility and expanding their scholarship program.

"Going into our 13th year of the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, flourishing with 700 students as a non-profit community music school, I could not be more grateful for all the people who have helped us out along the way," said founder Flea. "Having one of my favorite musicians Neil Young perform to help out the school is the greatest blessing! This is gonna be the funnest fundraiser ever! All of us working together, making L.A. a better city, and educating the kids! Yay!"

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Shelby J. Benefit Concert In New York With Black Gypsy & Friends June 13th!

Shebly J. Benefit

Shelby J. of the NPG will be taking over New York City on June 13th for a benefit concert at the Red Lion.

Entry is a $20.00 donation and also gets you 2 drinks. The first 50 people in the door will get a FREE music download by Shelby J.!

Along with the good music, there will be a raffle to give away an Xbox, an acoustic guitar, plus other celebrities will be donating items as well.

The event is for HDSA.org (Huntington's Disease Society Of America) and Eric Katerle, guitarist for Black Gypsy, is suffering from the disease and will play with the band for as long as he can that night.

Get your tickets before they sell out HERE!

If you don't live in New York or can't make it, please consider making an online donation HERE!



NYC the place to be.-DocFB

Diagnosis: #Compassion


Video: George Clooney Duets With Neil Diamond “Sweet Caroline”

George Clooney was Neil Diamond's singing partner Saturday Night, even if George did not want to be. Diamond sang his classic "Sweet Caroline" for those in attendance at the 6th annual Carousel of Hope Ball in Los Angeles for Diabetic Awareness.

The video above is very cool and could George sing it any cooler? Loving his expressions. Check out the clip above.-DocFB

Diagnosis: All for Diabetic Awareness. Thank you George and Neil!


George Clooney Honored For Humanitarian Causes At Fund Raiser For Diabetes

With the lovely Stacy Kiebler at his side, George Clooney attended the 26th Anniversary Carousel Of Hope fund raiser for Diabetes where he was honored with the Brass Ring Award for his humanitarian causes.

Stars that were there to raise diabetic awareness and honor George were Carmen Electra, Shirley MacClaine, Jane Fonda, Jennie Garth, Daisy Fuentes, Babyface, and Joan Collins.

Barbara Davis hosted and Jay Leno MC'd the event.

All proceeds from The Carousel of Hope benefit the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes (BDC).

They have raised $75 million dollars for diabetic awareness and trying to find a cure. 35 years and $75 million dollars? That is nothing to sneeze at but...I wish it was more.

Coming from someone who suffers from diabetes and is dealing with some crazy foot pain for the past several months, I wish there was a cure. I wish more people were aware of it and how its effects. Since it is mostly internal, there is no way for people to understand the pain that comes with it, the sudden loss of energy, the constant bathroom breaks needed. It is frustrating. I wish they could do even more. I would LOVE to help with that as well.DocFB

Diagnosis: Thank you George and others who put their heart into causes such as this....