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Garth Brooks plans Los Angeles benefit for January

Monday, November 26, 2007 – Garth Brooks will hit the stage again in 2008, following a 9-day run in Kansas City to celebrate the release of "The Ultimate Hits" with a show in Los Angeles in late January to benefit those affected by the recent raging wild fires and firefighters.

The October fires destroyed many homes in Southern California in November.

Brooks will play the Staples Center in Los Angeles Jan. 26, 2008 with details to be announced today (Monday, Nov. 26).


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