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Liner Notes from 121212 The Concert for Sandy Relief

Written by Alexander Tucker   // 12/13/2012

Concert for Sandy ReliefLiner Notes from 121212 The Concert for Sandy Relief



121212 marked a special day in Rock history at The Concert for Sandy Relief. This is a special treat for those of you who were too much in awe of the line-up to remember all of the greatest moments. It’s also for those of you who missed the epic 6 hour Concert for Sandy Relief. I was in awe and didn’t think to make a play list of the songs, but I met someone on Twitter last night, who does that for a living.


For your listening and reading pleasure, @LinerNotes’ Review and Recap of The Concert For Sandy Relief, by Rick Damigella on December 13th, 2012.





Concert Review – 121212 The Concert for Sandy Relief

There had been buzz all day long on 12/12/12 about the concert, with heavy emphasis placed on a “Nirvana reunion” fronted by Sir Paul McCartney. More on that later. As the show began, it was immediately clear this was going to be something special.

Opening in the most apropos way possible for a benefit concert for hurricane victims in New York and New Jersey, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performed an absolutely spine tingling set of songs, with all the passion and professionalism they could muster… Read More 




The Concert for  Sandy Relief was held on Wednesday, 12-12-12 from 7:30 until the wee hours of the morning; nearly six hours in all. 24 of the songs will be available on iTunes as an album. Pre-orders are 12.99 and the proceeds go to The Robin Hood Relief Fund to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy.



The Concert for Sandy Relief on 12-12-12, a “Jamming Moment” with Sir Paul McCartney and the surviving members of Nirvana.


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