Chesney plays Clinton Foundation gig with Gaga, Bono
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
– Kenny Chesney will be joined by Lady Gaga, The Edge & Bono, Usher, Juanes and K'Naan at "A Decade of Difference: A Concert Celebrating 10 Years of the William J. Clinton Foundation" on Oct. 15. recognizing the work and impact of President Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.
"I am deeply grateful that the artists associated with the concert are giving their time and talent to raise awareness of the work of the Clinton Foundation," said President Clinton. "In the past decade, commitments to my Clinton Global Initiative have improved the lives of more than 300 million people around the world. We've lowered the cost of AIDS and HIV treatment, combated climate change, strengthened economies, increased access to education and healthcare, provided financing and mentoring for small businesses. This celebration marks 10 years of these efforts and demonstrates of how much we can do to make a difference in the years ahead."
People can watch the concert live only on Yahoo!, the premier digital media company and the exclusive live broadcast partner for the concert. The live concert will be available at http://clintonconcert.yahoo.com and Yahoo!'s newly launched video destination, Yahoo! Screen (http://screen.yahoo.com). The concert will be featured globally and will be also available afterward on-demand on Yahoo!, with feature highlights and interviews with the Clinton family, the artists and other special guests during and after the live event on Oct. 15. At Yahoo!, viewers will be able to donate to the William J. Clinton Foundation.
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