Pearl Jam Lend a Hand to Katrina Relief



Pearl Jam will play a rare club show at Chicago's House of Blues on October 5 to raise money for victims of Hurricane Katrina

As an attempt to show their concern towards Katrina relief, music group Pearl Jam has planned a rare club show at Chicago's House of Blues on October 5 to raise money for the hurricane victims. Tickets, go on sale Saturday September 17, priced at $1,000 each. Profits will benefit Habitat for Humanity, the American Red Cross and the Jazz Foundation of America.

In related news, some other notable musicians will also lend hand to the hurricane relief. Those to perform for a Katrina benefit on September 22 at Los Angeles Wiltern Theater are Tenacious D, the Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, Queens Of The Stone Age leader Josh Homme with Jesse Hughes, Fiona Apple and comedians David Cross and Sarah Silverman.

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