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Neil Young and Crazy Horse to Perform at Sandy Benefit

Proceeds from Atlantic City show will go to the Red Cross

Neil Young
Gary Miller/FilmMagic
November 29, 2012 12:45 PM ET

Neil Young and Crazy Horse will perform at a benefit concert for victims of Hurricane Sandy on December 6th at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City.

Musicians Step Up For Hurricane Sandy Relief

All proceeds will go to the American Red Cross' Hurricane Sandy relief effort, and tickets will go on sale November 30th at 10 a.m. EST for $150 and $75. In a statement, Young urged fans to "Come on down here and join in the relief effort."

Neil Young and Crazy Horse are among the many artists joining Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. The upcoming "12-12-12" benefit at Madison Square Garden will include performances by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Paul McCartney, the Who and Kanye West; while others like Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga and the Gaslight Anthem have also donated their time and money to help recovery in New York and New Jersey.

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