Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Simon will perform together for one night only to raise money for research into autism
Singer such Paul Simon and Jerry Seinfeld do not merely focus their attention on music, rather they widely open their eyes to see the world around them. Again, not only seeing, but they do care and willing to do something to complete the lack.
Both stars will perform together for one night only gig to raise money for research into autism, which will be held September 24 at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, hosted by Tom Brokaw of NBC News. Moreover, the show will benefit Autism Speaks, a non-profit organization launched earlier this year by NBC Universal boss Bob Wright and his wife, Suzanne. Those interested can buy the tickets, start at $100, beginning August 15.