New Jersey has always been defined as one of the largest quarries of the music, and of that area from some of the biggest names, such as Frank Sinatra, Whitney Houston or Lauryn Hill, former member of The Fugees. Also from other artists who are active and enjoy a lot of success in the present, as Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi.
These two great musicians have teamed to help your New Jersey home, one of the most affected areas of the united States next to New York. In this way, they have created a festival online charitable nature that will take place the 22 of April from 23:00 (Spanish time).
The festival will feature many other world-renowned artists, not only musicians. From their homes participating Halsey , Tony Bennett, Danny De Vito, Whoopi Goldberg or Charlie Puth, among others.
“New Jersey has been hit particularly hard by the coronavirus, and the people of New Jersey has always taken a step forward in the difficult times”, said Springsteen in a video on the channel american ABC.
In addition to raising funds, this concert also pay tribute to all those who are working without restfrom employees of health care to security forces to contain the threat of the coronavirus in New Jersey.
It is not the first time that both artists agree on a joint initiative, both of which participated in the concert 12.12.12, performed at Madison Square Garden to benefit the victims of hurricane Sandy.