No More Concerts For Sandy Victims

Posted on December 14, 2012


After the Robin Hood Foundation raised more than $30 million with a benefit concert on Dec. 12, it was announced that there will be no more fundraising shows for the victims of Super Storm Sandy.


“Each of us could have thrown our own concerts, and made $30 million each,” Bruce Springsteen said. “But, I’m sure we raised enough. They’re good.”

The concert boasted performances by 14 different acts, each of them capable of selling out a stadium. The Who, Bon Jovi, Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and many others could have all given separate concerts, but promoters said it wouldn’t have been as much fun.

“It was just nice to all hang out together,” Kanye West said.

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Posted in: Disasters