The John Henry’s Friends Benefit concert is set to feature Bruce Springsteen, Rosanne Cash, Steve Earle, and many others.
The 7th Annual John Henry’s Friends Benefit Concert is scheduled to take place at Town Hall in New York on December 13. Proceeds from the New York concert will go to the Keswell School, an educational program for young people with autism.
The concert will also feature performances by the Mastersons, Willie Nile, and Matt Savage.
Earle said in a statement, “The John Henry’s Friends concerts are obviously a labor of love for myself as well as an expression of the generosity of all the performers who have suited up and showed up over the years. I’m especially grateful for this year’s new friends, my neighbor Willie Nile, my old friend Rosanne Cash, and my hero Bruce Springsteen.”
In November, Springsteen is set to drop The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts, a concert film featuring Springsteen and The E Street Band’s performance at the 1979 all-star “No Nukes” concerts at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
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